Holly-based Rose Hill Center, a psychiatric treatment and rehabilitation facility, has appointed Mark Reinstein to the center’s advisory board for a three-year term.
For more than 30 years, Reinstein was employed with the Mental Health Association in Michigan where he directed the organization’s public policy efforts. The former president and CEO of the agency retired in this year and serves as a consultant.
Reinstein, of Ann Arbor, is also a board member for the Michigan Consumers for Healthcare and serves as chairman for the Michigan Recipient Rights Advisory Committee as well as the Behavioral Health Advisory Council – State of Michigan. His prior work experience includes positions with the Monroe County Health Department and American Lung Association Michigan.
He earned his bachelor’s degree in communication from Michigan State University, a master’s in health education from Central Michigan University, and a doctorate in psychological studies from the University of Michigan.