Youngstown, Ohio – The Western Reserve Health Foundation, which awards grants to programs that meet health needs in Mahoning County, has added Dr. Michael J. Miladore and Dr. Keisha T. Robinson to its board of directors.
Dr. Miladore is an orthopedic surgeon in Youngstown. He has practiced in the Mahoning Valley for more than 25 years, with affiliations at Northside Medical Center, St. Elizabeth Health Center and Surgical Hospital at Southwoods. He has served in leadership positions at all three health centers.
Dr. Miladore is a member of the board of directors at Northside, a unit of ValleyCare Health Systems of Ohio. He earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from the Northeast Ohio Medical University, where he is presently on faculty as an associate professor of clinical orthopedic surgery. He is a Canfield resident.
Dr. Robinson is director of the public health program and coordinator of the master of public health program at Youngstown State University’s Bitonte College of Health and Human Services. She is also an associate professor at YSU and a commissioner with the Ohio Commission on Minority Health.
Dr. Robinson holds a Doctorate of Public Health degree from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master of Public Health degree from St. Louis University. She lives in Poland.
The Western Reserve Health Foundation receives donations and awards grants that promote health-related needs in Mahoning County. As of June 30, 2014, the foundation had more than $13 million in assets. The foundation was established in the 1980s as the fundraising arm of the Western Reserve Care System. In 2012, the foundation enlarged its mission to support healthcare needs countywide and became an affiliate of the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley, which awards grants for a broad range of local programs and provides management services to nearly 100 local funds.
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