Michigan State University is a firm that provides professional and technical services, building construction, research and development, physicians, and employment services to nonprofit clients. They primarily provide their services regionally, with most clients in Michigan, California, and Massachusetts (although they are present in other states as well).
Most Michigan State University clients are outpatient health care practitioners and facilities, elementary and secondary schools, community colleges and junior colleges, individual and family services, social advocacy organizations, and professional associations with revenues ranging from $9.7 million to $80 million.
|1||American College of Greece (ACG)||501(c)(3)||Boston, MA|
|2||Jean and Samuel Frankel Jewish Academy of Metropolitan Detroit (FJA)||501(c)(3)||West Bloomfield, MI|
|3||Mercy Health Physician Partners||501(c)(3)||Grand Rapids, MI|
|4||Capital Area Community Services||501(c)(3)||Lansing, MI|
|5||The Hurley Clinics||501(c)(3)||Flint, MI|
|6||California Partnership to End Domestic Violence||501(c)(3)||Sacramento, CA|
|7||Michigan Crop Improvement Association||501(c)(3)||Lansing, MI|
Competitors to Michigan State University in the nonprofit sector include Delta Locum Tenens, Emcare Inc, Laboratory Corporation Of America, Comphealth, Rehabcare Group Inc, Staff Care, Aegis Therapies Inc, Diversified Clinical Services Inc, Sodexo, and Select Rehabilitation.
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