Centria Healthcare Appoints President Of Private Duty Nursing & Rehabilitation Services

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The appointment demonstrates Centria’s commitment to excellence through skilled leadership

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What Centria Healthcare is doing for their clients is inspiring. They help people live their best possible lives everyday.

Centria Healthcare has appointed Eric A. Labe as President of Private Duty Nursing (PDN) & Rehabilitation Services. In this role, Labe will oversee development of our strategic direction and execution of our operational plans to become the leading provider of home healthcare services nationally.

“What Centria Healthcare is doing for their clients is inspiring. They help people live their best possible lives everyday. Their willingness to do whatever it takes to provide superior healthcare services by putting their clients at the center of everything they do is embraced by all their employees. While Centria is the leader in the state of Michigan for providing PDN and Rehab services, I hope to enable that same quality of care to more patients in more locations throughout the US,” said Labe.

Labe has more than 20 years of senior management experience in healthcare, safety management and professional service companies. Prior to joining Centria Healthcare, Labe most recently served as President of DEKRA North America and a member of DEKRA’s global Executive Leadership team. As President, he was responsible for oversight of 10 operating groups and reported to DEKRA’s Board.

“Eric brings an impressive track record of strategic and operational accomplishments,” said Scott Barry, CEO of Centria Healthcare. “He has a strong reputation for developing people and inspiring teams. His wealth of expertise will be a valuable asset as we continue to provide the best pediatric nursing and catastrophic injury care. Eric’s extensive background will surely increase our ability to extend services to more people who need them.”


Centria Healthcare is the largest provider of home-based catastrophic injury and rehabilitation services, private duty nursing, and supportive living services in Michigan. Centria Catastrophic Injury Care coordinates comprehensive care and therapies for those involved in the most serious of accidents whose injuries include traumatic brain, spinal cord, and orthopedic injuries. Centria Pediatric Nursing provides pediatric home healthcare and pediatric nursing to families with children who have severe medical requirements.

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