Kevin Foley, MD, FACP, is associate chair for senior health in the Department of Family Medicine. His primary role is to be the academic leader of geriatric medicine at MSU. He also holds a secondary appointment in the CHM Department of Medicine. His key responsibilities include developing a statewide network of fellowship programs in geriatric medicine in affiliation with existing MSU Family Medicine residency training programs; assuming directorship of one of the fellowship training programs, at Sparrow hospital; teaching geriatric medicine to residents in the colleges of Human Medicine and Osteopathic Medicine; and instructing medical students. In addition to providing clinical care at the Sparrow Geriatric Health Center, he serves as medical director of the Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Disorders Service in the neuroscience department at Saint Mary’s Health Care in Grand Rapids.
Dr. Foley completed his residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in geriatric medicine at the University of Michigan. He was formerly a staff geriatrician at the Cleveland Clinic.