Dr. Martinson Arnan Named Chief Clinical Officer, Bronson Medical Group
Dr. Martinson Arnan has been named vice president and chief clinical officer, Bronson Medical Group™. With more than 550 physicians and advanced practice providers, BMG is the largest multispecialty medical group in southwest Michigan. It provides a comprehensive range of services in primary care and adult and pediatric specialties.
Arnan will partner with Dr. Scott Larson, senior vice president for medical affairs and chief medical officer, Bronson Healthcare, and Laurel Barber, vice president, chief operating officer, BMG. His responsibilities include supporting the development and cascading of system-wide clinical strategy; overseeing provider related issues, engagement and productivity as well as an aligned compensation and contracting process; creating a unified group culture and advancing clinical integration through collaboration with key partners outside of BMG.
“Dr. Arnan has an innate ability to develop strategic alliances that bring teams together and promote a culture of positivity and collaboration,” says Larson. “He is a strong advocate for efficient and effective care that’s mindful of the value and cost to our patients.”
Arnan brings 12 years of experience to the role, including significant leadership experience. He began his career at Bronson in January 2016 as a vascular neurologist in the Bronson Neuroscience Center, neurocritical care unit and neurovascular unit at Bronson Methodist Hospital. During those four years, he has also served as medical director of stroke as well as managing physician of neurology services (adult neurology, sleep health, neuropsychology, neurobehavioral health and pediatric neurology) within the neuroscience clinical practice council at Bronson Healthcare. In 2019, he provided leadership for the entire neuroscience and spine program service line as its physician-in-chief.
Arnan received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School. At Johns Hopkins Hospital, he completed his residency in neurology and his fellowship in vascular neurology. He earned two master’s degrees: one in public administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School and one in clinical and population translation sciences from Wake Forest University. He earned two bachelor’s degrees from Indiana University in biology and biochemistry.