Published on February 16, 2022

Raschke Named Board President of Michigan Primary Care Association

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Jim Raschke, M.B.A., F.H.F.M.A., CEO of MidMichigan Community Health Services

Jim Raschke, M.B.A., F.H.F.M.A., CEO of MidMichigan Community Health Services, was recently named president of the board of directors of the Michigan Primary Care Association (MPCA). MPCA is the voice of 40 community health centers and four Native American health service providers that provide primary and preventive health care to more than 715,000 patients in rural and urban communities across Michigan.

Raschke began his career at MidMichigan Community Health Services in 2000, when he joined as the director of finance. From there, he became chief financial officer, and in 2014, was named to his current position of CEO. He holds a bachelor of business administration degree from the University of North Texas and a master’s of business administration degree from Northwood University.

In addition to MPCA, Raschke is a past board member of the state regional chapter of the Healthcare Financial Management Association and a past member of the program committee of the National Association of Community Health Centers.

Those who would like to learn more about Midland Primary Care Association may visit www.mpca.net. Those who would like to learn more about MidMichigan Community Health Services may visit www.healthynorth.org.

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