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April 01, 2012
NASHVILLE — Judith Byrd is director of Leadership Health Care, which was formed in 2002 as a Nashville Health Care Council initiative to foster the next generation of health care leaders by creating educational and networking opportunities for members. In 2012, LHC celebrates 10 years of its work to grow Nashville’s health care industry through its programming, including its signature delegation to Washington, D.C. Byrd and her team recently returned from D.C., and she met with Nashvile Post Managing Editor William Williams for a recap.
January 11, 2012
NASHVILLE – In 2012, Leadership Health Care (LHC) will celebrate 10 years of supporting Nashville’s emerging health care industry leaders. LHC was started as an initiative of the Nashville Health Care Council to cultivate the talent of future health care professionals, preparing them to become the next leaders of Nashville’s $70 billion health care industry.
December 16, 2011
NASHVILLE – On the eve of its 10th anniversary year, Leadership Health Care (LHC) recognizes members and corporate supporters for significant contributions in the categories of Health Care Emerging Leader, Volunteer of the Year and Supporting Organization of the Year.
November 02, 2011
When the approximately 70 delegates landed in New York City on Sept. 22, rancor still lingered over the debt ceiling debate, the stock market was on yet another wild roller coaster ride, and angry protesters had just occupied Wall Street. Despite the somber backdrop, Nashville’s emerging healthcare leaders gained valuable insight into the current market climate and even gleaned tidbits of good news for the industry.
July 07, 2011
NASHVILLE – Leadership Health Care (LHC) has announced board leadership and seven new directors for fiscal year 2011-2012. Melissa Waddey, senior director, Hospital Strategic Planning, LifePoint Hospitals, remains as chair for 2011-2012, and Mark Wainner, vice president, Operations, AmSurg, is vice chair.
May 08, 2011
When nearly 100 members of Leadership Health Care (LHC) visited Washington, D.C., in late March, they were there to learn more about the inner-workings of Capitol Hill policymaking and its effect on their industry. What happened, as well, is those policymakers saw what Nashville has to offer – and in abundance.