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When it comes to stroke, time is critical. How quickly can someone recognize stroke symptoms? And how quickly can a stroke patient get life-saving treatment? One life-saving treatment for stroke is thrombectomy, a procedure that uses sophisticated technology and medical expertise to remove the clot that causes a particular type of stroke. Earlier this year […]
Covenant Health’s mission is to improve the quality of life in our community through better health. Our “community” extends from the Smoky Mountains to the Cumberland Gap and west to the Cumberland Plateau, and even beyond the surrounding region. Headquartered in Knoxville, our not-for-profit health system is locally owned and governed by a volunteer board […]
There are many reasons that I’m proud to be CEO of Covenant Health, and high on my list is WeCare, our employee giving program, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. During a three-month campaign, all employees are invited to support WeCare through personal contributions and participation in fund raising events at Covenant Health facilities. […]
I was pleased to learn recently that Forbes magazine has named Covenant Health to its 2018 list of America’s Best Employers for Diversity. We are one of just three Tennessee companies to make the national list, which includes 250 organizations representing all industry sectors. The designation marks the third year in a row that Forbes […]
A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to appear on “Anything is Possible,” a popular local television program hosted by Hallerin Hilton Hill. In Hallerin’s words, the goal of the program is “telling and documenting the inspiring stories of people who give the best of who they are to make the world better.” (Click title to read post)
When I became CEO of Covenant Health, one of my first goals was to create a vision for the organization that was worthy of each team member’s best. (Click title to read post)