(JACKSON, MI) Dec. 17, 2012 – Great Lakes Caring, one of the most trusted and highest ranked home health and hospice providers in the Midwest, is pleased to announce the promotion of Canis Arbrouet to director of information technology and facility maintenance as part of the company’s operations.
Previously, Arbrouet was the IT supervisor. He joined Great Lakes Caring in 2007 as systems administrator.
“Canis’ dedication to excellence has been consistent throughout his tenure and he has significantly contributed to the overall success of our company though his knowledge and experience in health care systems technology. He has played an instrumental role aligning Great Lakes Caring systems and facility maintenance with the goals and operational logistic,” said Great Lakes Caring Chief Executive Officer William Deary.
“He has successfully led his team and upgraded the entire Great Lakes Caring information systems infrastructure to allow faster and easier access to data; increased productivity through greater efficiency; and most importantly, prepared Great Lakes Caring for its future growth platform. Through his leadership as a talented manager and now director, we are pleased to recognize his accomplishments and present him the opportunity of greater contribution to Great Lakes Caring through this well-earned and most deserved promotion,” noted Deary.
Arbrouet studied at Spring Arbor University and graduated in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Computer Science; previously he studied in Haiti and graduated from Groupe’ Olivier et Collaborateurs in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering.
He resides in Jackson, MI.
Great Lakes Caring is one of the Midwest’s premier providers of a continuum of care, consisting of home health, palliative care, and hospice care, as well as home medical equipment. Our care services are delivered with an unparalleled level of superior quality by our exceptionally dedicated team of health care professionals to more than 7,000 patients across Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. Our intimate approach to caring for our patients, along with our extraordinary pursuit of next generation health care technologies and innovative care services, drives more than 3,000 loyal physicians to entrust their patients’ care to Great Lakes Caring.