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Senator Marshall Bullock
"I'd like to thank the Lord for my life, health & strength. I'd like to thank everyone that helped me on this journey through some type of support by voting or just words of encouragement. It is truly an honor to represent the people of District 4. This is not a victory simply for me, it's a victory for us all! I say thank you & thank you again. It's time to go put forth some good work. Do thy duty that is best, leave unto the Lord the rest.
Democracy with Decency !!!"
Sen. Marshall Bullock began his path to public service at an early age.
The lifelong Detroiter learned the basics of serving people, family and communities as an Eagle Scout.
Bullock has dedicated nearly three decades of his career to improving the lives of youth through social work and as a juvenile justice advocate.
He also was a key member of Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan’s administration, where he served as a district manager tasked with bringing residents together, combating blight and, ultimately, building stronger neighborhoods.
Bullock continues to stand up for Detroit families and seniors in the state Senate, where he is focused on providing kids with a world-class education, making commonsense reforms to auto insurance, and fighting for accessible, affordable health care and mental health programs. Bullock is a graduate of Detroit Public Schools. He earned a degree in human services from the University of Phoenix.
He and his wife, Angela, live in Detroit with their three children, Maya and twins Marshall III and Layla.
Omega Man and longtime Detroit Medical Center executive Reggie Eadie named CEO of Trinity Health of New England.
Reginald Eadie, M.D., former regional COO of Detroit Medical Center, has been hired as president and CEO of Trinity Health of New England, a seven-hospital system based in Hartford, Conn.
“The Trinity Health Of New England Board of Directors conducted a national search to identify our next leader,” said Kevin J. O’Connor, Board Chair. “Dr. Eadie’s successful senior executive leadership and particular expertise in hospital integration and transformation over the past ten years made him a compelling choice to lead our health system.”
Dr. Eadie joins Trinity Health Of New England from Detroit Medical Center (DMC), a $2 billion regional health care system comprised of seven hospitals and affiliated with two Michigan universities. Most recently, Dr. Eadie has served as Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for DMC. Previously, he was President/CEO at a number of DMC’s hospitals, including Detroit Receiving, Harper University, Hutzel Women’s and Detroit Sinai-Grace. He also served as Chief Medical Officer at Harper University and Hutzel Women’s Hospitals.
“For our colleagues and the people we serve in New England, Dr. Eadie will bring his vision, compassion and commitment to people-centered care,” said Benjamin Carter, Executive Vice President at Trinity Health. “Dr. Eadie is a steadfast champion for better care, better quality and lower costs in U.S. health care, and Trinity Health is pleased he is on our team.”
“Trinity Health Of New England is a regional leader with a remarkable team and a strong future,” said Dr. Eadie. “I look forward to working with the entire community to advance the Trinity Health Mission in New England.”
Dr. Eadie is certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and earned his medical degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine. He holds an Executive Master in Business Administration from Michigan State University Broad Business School and a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and chemistry from South Carolina State University. He is a published author of books and articles on the subject of obesity and has been nationally recognized by numerous organizations for his leadership excellence.
Bro. Dr. Reginald Eadie joined the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. through Xi Psi Chapter, South Carolina State University in 1988. He has been recognized by Tau Kappa Kappa Chapter, the Tenth District of Omega Psi Phi and the on the international level for his contributions to society through his teachings on fighting obesity and teaching the community How to Eat and Live Longer.
TKK Omega Men Healing Community
CECIL FORBES, D.C. — ICARE SPINE & REHAB CENTER
430 MACK AVE., DETROIT, MI 48201
18984 LIVERNOIS AVE., DETROIT, MI 48221 | 313-397-1930 |WWW.ICARESR.COM
A hometown hero is enhancing his second chiropractic office and uplifting a community that contributed to his success.
Dr. Cecil Forbes grew up near Midtown, a Detroit neighborhood not too far from the office he recently opened on Mack Avenue. In a modest tone, Dr. Forbes describes how he feels about being able to serve residents in the community he frequented as a child.
“It’s great to experience all of the positive changes taking place in the Detroit area,” Dr. Forbes said. “I’m glad to have the opportunity to see how far Detroit has come and to be involved in a small part of Detroit’s resurgence heading into the future.”
In addition to providing quality care, Dr. Forbes directly contributes to the local economy. iCare stays true to its core beliefs of providing innate, innovative, and integrated care to its patients with state-of-the-art equipment offering nonsurgical decompression therapy at his Mack Avenue location east of Woodward, which is adjacent to the Detroit Medical Center.
Last year,Hour Detroitfeatured Dr. Forbes’ iCare Spine and Rehab Center prior to the Mack Avenue location’s grand opening. This year, Forbes looks to offer residents decompression procedures that are noninvasive and an alternative to spinal surgery.
Lower back pain is one of the most common reasons for clinic visits in the U.S., and it is also associated with lost wages and decreased work productivity. Dr. Forbes has recognized a shift in the industry away from narcotic-based back pain treatment and helps patients by offering care without opioids.
iCare offers financing opportunities that allow patients suffering from chiropractic issues (e.g., spinal herniated discs, lower back pain, neck pain, sciatica, and carpal tunnel syndrome) to receive the quality care they need.
“I’m passionate about listening to my patients and understanding their needs so that I can provide them with the best possible experience,” Dr. Forbes said.
Let iCare enhance your health.
Brother Dr. Cecil Forbes joined Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. through Delta Beta Beta Chapter in 2004.