The Nashville Health Care Council announced its class of 2020 Fellows that includes Mary Sue Patchett, Brookdale’s executive vice president of community and field operations. The class of 31 local health care executives will meet regularly to exchange industry experiences, challenges and future goals.
“It’s an honor to join this class of esteemed and accomplished peers,” said Patchett. “The health care industry in Nashville is booming with talent. Collaborating with local leaders and gaining insight into each other’s areas of expertise will strengthen the industry as a whole.”
The program’s co-directors, former U.S. Senate Majority Leader William H. Frist, M.D., and health care management and economics expert Larry Van Horn, Ph.D., launched the initiative in 2013 as a means of connecting leaders within the industry. The five-month-long program is designed with a customized curriculum to engage health care’s most influential leaders.