McLaren’s Allisyn Mattice-Eskau named one of DBusiness Magazine’s '30 in Their Thirties 2022'

Allisyn Mattice-Eskau
GRAND BLANC, Mich.—Allisyn Mattice-Eskau, director of government & regulatory affairs for McLaren Health Care, whose accomplishments and strong dedication to health care advancement through legislation, has landed a prized spot on the list of “30 in Their Thirties 2022,” an annual compilation of business professionals in their 30s who have achieved notable success produced by DBusiness Magazine.

Discovering her passion and intense interest in health care legislation while serving as a policy advisor and budget director for the Michigan House Republican Policy Office, she joined McLaren Health Care in March 2020.

“The McLaren system covers a substantial portion of the state, serving a diverse patient population, who have an array of needs from their health care but may face certain barriers,” Allisyn said. “It’s been very rewarding to see how impactful our legislative achievements can be to a patient, and that’s a task I enjoy working toward.”

Says Deidra Wilson, vice president of government relations for McLaren Health Care: “She is an incredible asset. Allisyn began her job just days into the pandemic, but she proved to be a tireless champion for our enterprise during some of the most historically difficult times in health care.”

At 30, Allisyn’s achievements earned her inclusion on the list at her earliest possible eligibility. Her legislative accomplishments consist of adding beds to Michigan rural hospitals during the height of the pandemic while also securing millions in COVID aid.

About McLaren Health Care

McLaren Health Care, headquartered in Grand Blanc, Michigan, is a $6 billion, fully integrated health care delivery system committed to quality, evidence-based patient care and cost efficiency. The McLaren system includes 15 hospitals in Michigan and Ohio, ambulatory surgery centers, imaging centers, a 490-member employed primary and specialty care physician network, commercial and Medicaid HMOs covering more than 588,000 lives in Michigan and Indiana, home health, infusion and hospice providers, pharmacy services, a clinical laboratory network and a wholly owned medical malpractice insurance company. McLaren operates Michigan’s largest network of cancer centers and providers, anchored by the Karmanos Cancer Institute, one of only 51 National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer centers in the U.S. McLaren has 28,000 full-, part-time and contracted employees and more than 90,000 network providers throughout Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. Learn more at