EAST LANSING, MI — The Michigan State Medical Society (MSMS) formally welcomed Mohammed A. Arsiwala, MD, as its new president on Monday.
Arsiwala, a Livonia internist, was trained at the Detroit Medical Center and Wayne State University, and was inaugurated as president during the 154th annual meeting of the MSMS House of Delegates annual meeting on May 4 and 5 in Kalamazoo.
Dr. Arsiwala is president and founder of the Michigan Urgent Care Center and Occupational Health Centers, which is headquartered in Livonia and provides urgent care and occupational health services. He is also a staff physician at Providence, St. John, Beaumont, St. Joseph Mercy and Detroit Medical Center hospitals.
“The Michigan State Medical Society is the foremost advocacy organization that supports physicians to improve patient care and health care outcomes, reduce burnout, and administrative burdens,” Arsiwala said.
“I am both honored and humbled at the opportunity to give something back to Michigan physicians who have dedicated their lives in service to their patients.”
Arsiwala is active locally in the Detroit area and internationally, serving as a volunteer physician in Afghanistan, Africa and India through his private HELP Foundation.
The Michigan State Medical Society is a professional association of more than 15,000 Michigan physicians. For more information, visit www.msms.org.