Beaumont Health System announces executive promotions: Beaumont Health System has announced the promotions of two executives. Christine Stesney-Ridenour, of Troy, to vice president and chief operating officer, Beaumont, Grosse Pointe, responsible for all of the hospital’s clinical support services except for nursing. Stesney-Ridenour began her Beaumont career in 1985 at Beaumont, Troy where she served in several administrative roles including assistant hospital director for support services. She later served as administrative director of ancillary services at Beaumont, Royal Oak and joined the newly acquired Beaumont, Grosse Pointe as vice president of operations in 2008. Stesney-Ridenour has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Walsh College and a Master of Business Administration from University of Detroit. Thomas Lanni, Jr., of Macomb, to vice president, Beaumont, Royal Oak, responsible for Oncology services for the health system and Medicine and Imaging services for the Royal Oak hospital. Lanni joined Beaumont in 2007 as corporate business manager, responsible for Radiation Oncology services at Beaumont, Royal Oak and Troy. He was promoted to administrative director for Oncology Services at Royal Oak and Troy in 2010. Before joining Beaumont, he was a scientist at Pfizer Global Research and Development in Ann Arbor. Lanni has a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of Michigan and a Master of Business Administration in finance from Walsh College. Beaumont Health System is a three-hospital regional health system with 1,726 licensed beds, more than 14,000 full-time equivalent employees and nearly 3,100 physicians, including 500 employed physicians in the Beaumont Medical Group and more than 2,600 private-practice physicians. In addition to its hospitals in Royal Oak, Troy and Grosse Pointe, Beaumont has 54 community-based sites of care including medical centers in Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties, family practice and internal medicine practices, five nursing centers, home care services and hospice. The Beaumont Research Institute has 1,100 active research studies with more than 82,000 participants. Beaumont is the exclusive clinical teaching site for the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine. Visit Beaumont on the Web at www.beaumont.edu.
Expetec Technology Services of Rochester Hills adds staff: Expetec Technology Services of Rochester Hills, an IT company, announced the addition of a new technician, Tim Pender and an intern, Aamir Bahitt, at its Troy location. Pender is working on his Bachelor in Computer Systems Information Technology at Baker College and acquiring technical certifications as a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and a Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA). He gained experience in the technology field when he worked as an intern and then was employed as a PC Technican after graduation from college. Bahitt is studying at Baker College to get a degree in Information Technology and Security At Expetec he will be concentrating on building and rebuilding client workstations. One of Pender’s first projects is to roll out 150 computers to a customer with 23 different locations. The southeast Michigan Expetec office works with presidents and owners of companies who are disappointed with the lack of profitable results from their information technology providers. These are business owners who are concerned with all the profits they are losing to poor services and poor long term planning with current vendors. Expetec can be contacted at (248) 218-5018. Their website is www.expetecrochester.com.