Beaumont Health in Southfield has named a chief nursing officer at Beaumont, Troy and at Beaumont, Grosse Pointe.
“I’m thrilled to fill these senior leadership positions from within our ranks,” says Dr. James Lynch, interim president of Beaumont, Troy and Beaumont, Grosse Pointe. “It’s a point of pride for me and Beaumont Health. Melissa and Brad are seasoned leaders who will serve our Troy and Grosse Pointe hospitals well.”
Melissa Foreman-Lovell was appointed to the Beaumont, Troy position. She joined Beaumont, Royal Oak in 2017 as associate chief nursing officer, where she oversaw 21 nursing units.
Prior to joining Beaumont, Foreman-Lovell served in senior nurse leadership roles at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit. She completed her doctorate in nursing practice at the University of South Alabama and her master’s degrees in nursing and business administration at Madonna University.
Brad Lukas has taken the position at Beaumont, Grosse Pointe. He was most recently Beaumont, Troy’s administrator for clinical services since 2017. He started at Beaumont as a patient transporter in 2008 and has been promoted several times. He was featured in DBusiness Magazine’s 30 in their Thirties. Lukas has master’s degrees in nursing from Western Governors University in Utah and in business administration from Baker College.
“We have so many talented nurses at Beaumont Health,” says Susan Grant, chief nursing officer of Beaumont Health. “Melissa and Brad are experienced leaders who are ready to take on additional responsibility. I am eager to support them in their new roles leading our nursing teams at Troy and Grosse Pointe.”
Beaumont Health has total net revenue of $4.7 billion, eight hospitals, and 145 outpatient sites.