Annemarie Forrest

Forrest is the program manager for BMC2, a collaborative consortium of health care providers in the state of Michigan comprised of three statewide quality improvement projects focused on percutaneous coronary intervention, vascular surgery and transcutaneous aortic valve replacement.

A graduate of the University of Michigan School of Nursing, Annemarie also has an M.S. in Community Health Nursing and an M.P.H. in Community Health Sciences from the University of Illinois – Chicago. She has more than 16 years of extensive management experience in a variety of clinical research and academic health care settings.

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Health Lab
Smokers needed angioplasty and stenting a decade before non-smokers
People with obesity also needed these common interventional cardiology procedures earlier than those who were not obese, in a new study from across the state of Michigan.