Beth Smith, MBA, MSN, RN

Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer

Henry Ford Allegiance Health Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer Beth A. Smith, MBA, MSN, RN has been with the organization for over 20 years. She is a registered nurse with more than 30 years of health care experience, including extensive experience with acute inpatient, case management and performance improvement. In 2011, the scope of Beth’s accomplishments was recognized when she received the Michigan Health and Hospital Association’s Patient Safety & Quality Leadership Award.

Beth received her BSN from Michigan State University, her MSN from Wayne State University and her MBA from the University of Michigan, before going on to complete the Healthcare Advisory Board Executive Fellowship. Beth’s active membership with the Michigan Hospital Association’s Quality and Accountability Committee shows a high level of commitment to professional excellence. And as a trustee on the Alaiedon Township Board, she extends the same level of dedication to her community.

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