A practicing emergency physician at Henry Ford Hospital, Khaldun will provide overall medical leadership for the state as well as oversee the department’s behavioral health, developmental disabilities, population health, aging and adult services and medical services units. She starts in her position April 15.
“Dr. Khaldun will bring strong expertise, diverse experience, and deep passion to state government,” (Governor) Whitmer said in a statement. “She will become a critical part of our team as we work to improve health across our state.”
And fill the role of chief deputy director for health at the Department of Health and Human Services