Family health

Jackson Center for Family Health chief announces retirement

JACKSON, MI — The president and chief operating officer of Jackson’s Center for Family Health is retiring.

Molly Kaser’s scheduled retirement is scheduled for the end of March. Sara Benedetto, current chief operating officer, will assume the position of interim chief executive officer effective March 28, while a search for a permanent chief is underway and is expected to be completed by the end of the year. summer, officials said.

“I’m fortunate to have worked with many amazing people at the center, including our board and staff,” Kaser said. “I will definitely miss working with them. I look forward to having more time to spend with my friends and family. I have some voluntary commitments and I will travel.

Benedetto joined CFH as a volunteer nurse in the early 1990s and played an important role in the growth of the health center, officials said, adding that she will provide leadership and stability during the interim period.

“I’m thrilled for Molly as she heads into her well-deserved retirement,” Benedetto said. “For many years, Molly has tirelessly put her vision into action by ensuring that the door to health care is open and welcoming for all. I look forward to serving the community during this interim period.

The Center for Family Health is an independent, federally licensed health center that provides medical, dental, and behavioral care and accepts most insurance plans, including Medicaid and Medicare. All services offered are available with a variable fee discount and patients are never turned away due to inability to pay.

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