Peter Hahn, M.D., appointed president and CEO of Metro Health – University of Michigan Health
Peter Hahn, M.D. (I ’00, THDC ’01, THDC ’03, SLEEP ’04), is the new president and CEO of Metro Health — University of Michigan Health in Wyoming, Michigan. He was selected after a national search for candidates to succeed the retiring CEO.
Dr. Hahn was a Mayo Foundation Scholar and recipient of the Mayo Brothers Distinguished Fellowship Award. He spent 14 years at Mayo Clinic, including eight as a staff physician. He left Mayo Clinic for health care leadership roles in Oregon. He joined Metro Health in 2016, which affiliated with the University of Michigan 18 months ago.
An accomplished physician leader, Dr. Hahn was instrumental in the 2016 affiliation with the University of Michigan Health, enabling a strategic expansion of services at Metro Health.
“I am thankful for the hard work by everyone involved in the hiring process,” said Dr. Hahn. “As I take on this responsibility, I am fortunate to be surrounded by an unmatched collection of talent and passion for health care. Together we will ensure our culture of community engagement and patient-focused care will continue to define the experience people have at Metro Health – University of Michigan Health.
“In a little more than 18 months since our affiliation with the University of Michigan, we have already seen the impact of world-class medical care and how it benefits the patients right here in West Michigan. Expect further innovations, improvements and expansions as we execute our comprehensive strategic plan.”
Dr. Hahn, a pulmonologist, has published extensively, lectured and presented on numerous health care topics and served in national and regional health care leadership roles.
Dr. Hahn is a native of Okemos, Michigan. He received an undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, a medical degree from Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Tennessee Haslam College of Business.