Monique Butler, M.D., M.B.A., a 2006 graduate of the Wayne State University School of Medicine, has been appointed chief operating officer of the Children’s Hospital of Michigan, part of the Detroit Medical Center.
A board-certified internist, Dr. Butler most recently served as the chief medical officer and vice president of Medical Affairs for both Sinai-Grace and Detroit Receiving hospitals.
She earned her master’s of business administration degree from the University of Tennessee. She completed her residency at the Detroit Medical Center.
Among her many achievements, Dr. Butler is Lean Six Sigma-certified in health care and was instrumental in leading patient quality and safety initiatives in her previous roles. Her volunteer work includes serving on the Advisory Board for the American Heart Association, Metro Detroit Chapter; as an officer for the Benjamin Carson High School of Sciences and Medicine Advisory Board; on the Neighborhood Services Organization Board of Governors; the University of Michigan’s School of Kinesiology Board of Governors; and the Detroit Medical Society Board of Governors.
Dr. Butler is the co-founder of the Young Doctors of Detroit program and has a passion for mentoring and providing resources to assist future doctors in achieving their goals to serve the health care needs of the community.