The Recovery Project, a leading provider of high-intensity physical and occupational therapies that improve the lives and functionality of patients with spinal cord and other neurological injuries, has hired Heather Dupuis to serve as director of business development. The Recovery Project Co-Founder Charlie Parkhill made the announcement.
In this role, Dupuis will oversee internal marketing efforts for The Recovery Project’s East side location in Clinton Township. She will also help identify and pursue new business development opportunities, as well as conceive and implement marketing initiatives to help grow the company.
“Heather comes to The Recovery Project with extensive experience in the healthcare space and has a proven track record for successfully integrating marketing initiatives that help grow business operations and improve the levels of care provided to patients,” said Parkhill. “We look forward to leveraging her expertise to expand our ability to offer our unique blend of high intensity, evidence-based therapy programs to a growing number of patients throughout metro Detroit and beyond.”
In addition to her duties with The Recovery Project, Dupuis also serves as an online college instructor of the University of Phoenix’s Healthcare Administration Degree Program. Prior to that, she worked as the admissions and marketing director for Agape Senior Independent/Assisted Living in South Carolina, and as a contract services specialist for Hospice of Michigan prior to that. She has an undergraduate degree as a physical therapy assistant and graduated from the University of Detroit Mercy in 2005 with a master’s degree in Health Services Administration.