Paul LaCasse, DO, president of Beaumont Hospital in Farmington Hills, is leaving his position at the former Botsford hospital to focus on his role as executive vice president of Beaumont Health’s Post-Acute Care Division and Diversified Business Operations.
He will continue to serve as president of Beaumont in Farmington Hills until a successor is named.
LaCasse, of West Bloomfield, has served as president and CEO of Botsford Health Care since 2005. His role expanded earlier this year to include responsibilities with Beaumont Health, the new organization formed through a merger of Beaumont Health System, Oakwood Healthcare and Botsford in September 2014.
As executive vice president of the post-cute division, LaCasse will direct the clinical and operational areas of medical transportation, senior living centers, home services, laboratory and pathology services, specialty and retail pharmacy, joint ventures, and diversified business entities.
LaCasse is board-certified in emergency medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Emergency Medicine. He joined Botsford as an emergency physician. He earned a bachelor’s from the University of Michigan and a doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine from Michigan State University.