Tips Regarding the Coronavirus Pandemic From Dr. Darryl Elmouchi
Like all of you, we here at Summit Financial are adapting every day to the changes to our lives and
routines brought about by the measures we are taking to contain the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Yes, we too have been inundated with updates on the procedures companies are taking to keep you and your loved ones safe during this changing time. Every day our inboxes are filled with notifications from businesses that are temporarily closing their doors. Safety and necessity has dictated these actions and communications, and while highly inconvenient, they are crucial for everyone’s health, safety and overall peace of mind.
The evaluation of this novel pandemic remains a very fluid situation. Data from other countries and from regions around the United States is constantly being reported and analyzed to determine best practices for keeping all of our communities safe. The good news is that we’re learning more every day about safer procedures for routine tasks such as opening packages and mail, the value of taking additional supplements, and so on. Below is a link to a video on a few tips to stay safe from a very close family member. Dr. Darryl Elmouchi, is President at Spectrum Health Medical Group and System Chief Medical Officer. He also happens to be the son of Summit Financial’s Neil Elmouchi.
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Our hearts go out to the families and communities who have been affected by the virus, either directly or indirectly.
As always, if you have any questions don't hesitate to call. We want you to know that we're here for you.
A little about Dr. Elmouchi
Darryl Elmouchi, MD, MBA, serves as chief medical officer, Spectrum Health System, a $6.9 billion
not-for-profit integrated health system based in West Michigan, and president, Spectrum Health
Medical Group. Darryl has responsibility over clinical quality, safety and patient experience across
Spectrum Health. Darryl also leads the Spectrum Health Office of Medical Education, providing
oversight and direction of its efforts in graduate and undergraduate medical education, as well as the Spectrum Health Office of Research. He is a core member of the Spectrum Health senior leadership team. Darryl also serves as president of the Spectrum Health Medical Group—a multispecialty medical practice with more than 1,700 physicians and advanced practice provider —Darryl is responsible for all facets of the Medical Group’s operations and its partnership with the community, including strategic planning, business development, physician recruitment, service expansion, clinical operations, patient relations, quality, patient care and safety, marketing and financial performance.
Darryl previously served as senior vice president and chief medical officer, Spectrum Health Hospital Group, before assuming his current position in June 2017. Prior to that, he served as chief, division of cardiovascular medicine, Spectrum Health Medical Group, and chair, department of cardiovascular medicine, Spectrum Health Hospitals, from 2014 to 2016. From 2010 to 2014, he was medical director, cardiac electrophysiology, Spectrum Health, and served as a cardiac electrophysiologist at West Michigan Heart starting in 2006. Darryl also held clinical positions at University of Michigan Health System and University of California, San Francisco. He has been extensively engaged in committee roles, research and education. Darryl also holds an appointment as clinical associate professor of medicine at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Darryl earned his medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School, a Master’s in Business Administration from University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, a certificate in biostatistics from the University of Michigan School of Public Health and a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of California, Los Angeles. He completed his internship, residency and chief residency at the University of California, San Francisco and fellowships in cardiac electrophysiology and cardiovascular medicine at University of Michigan Health System.