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Hospital CEOs

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Patty Jobbitt, MSA, PT

Chief Executive Officer, DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan

Patty Jobbitt, MSA, PT, is the CEO of the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan (RIM). She joined RIM in 1983 as a staff physical therapist and transitioned into leadership roles including supervisor, administrative director, COO and now the COO/CEO. In her current role, she is responsible for the vision and operation of the 69-bed licensed freestanding inpatient hospital, and a network of more than 30 outpatient therapy clinics across three counties in Detroit that she was instrumental in developing. In addition to her role with RIM, Ms. Jobbitt is Vice President for the DMC Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Service Line across the DMC. She is also actively involved with the post acute continuum and the continuing care network for the DMC.

Ms. Jobbitt has a bachelor's degree in physical therapy from the University of Michigan and her masters degree in health science administration from Central Michigan University.