The Michigan Institute for Neurological Disorders (MIND) in Farmington Hills, a privately owned and operated neurology and health care services company, announced Daniel Badgley has been named CEO.
Badgley brings a diverse portfolio of advanced health care leadership experience to MIND, including expertise in growth, strategy, and practice management. He previously served as executive director at Pinnacle GI Partners’ digestive health institute division in Lansing and CEO of East Lansing’s Michigan Gastroenterology Institute.
“Healthcare has significantly evolved over the past few years,” says Dr. William Boudouris, president of MIND. “As we continue to grow as a company, we’re fortunate to have found an experienced leader with a strong record of success in the healthcare sector who will strengthen our organization and execute the strategies necessary to ensure our patients continue to receive the most elite cutting-edge care.”
In his role as CEO, Badgley is responsible for three office locations in Farmington Hills, Roseville, and Dearborn Heights, along with 30 providers and more than 140 employees. MIND’s extensive neurology-based service lines include MRIs, infusions, interventional pain management, neuro-diagnostic testing, as well as numerous specialty centers dedicated to specific conditions including multiple sclerosis; Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders; Alzheimer’s disease and other memory disorders; and headache, migraine, and facial pain.
“MIND has an incredible reputation and an unsurpassed commitment to excellence in the field of neurology,” says Badgely. “MIND continues to stay at the apex of the technology curve, solidifying our commitment to patient care, compassion, and convenience.”
Badgley holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan – Dearborn and master’s degree from Wayne State University.