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Claude Lauderbach is a healthcare executive with more than 30 years of experience in nursing, acute care, ambulatory, behavioral, home health and hospice care settings, physician hospital organizations, and population-based health management. He has lent his expertise to multiple medicinal fields, including tertiary and academic, community health, and multi-hospital systems on local, regional, and national levels. Dr. Lauderbach has a Master of Science, Medical-Surgical Nursing and Administration from the University of Michigan, a Bachelor of Arts, Biology from Albion College and a Bachelor of Science, Nursing from Creighton University. He has held multiple prominent positions in healthcare systems throughout the U.S., including at 90 + hospital systems. These positions have helped form a wealth of practical and applied leadership knowledge as well as an expansive network of health specialists. He was the Chief Operating Officer of St. Mary Mercy Hospital, Michigan. He also served as the Vice-President for Supply Chain for the Saint Joseph Mercy Health System.  Dr. Lauderbach has worked on a 350-bed hospital project in Vietnam where he worked on equipment and IT planning and operational efficiency. He has also been actively involved in the planning, development, and commissioning of hospitals in Abu Dhabi, Bangladesh, Lebanon, Kurdistan, Ethiopia, and Oman.

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