I love Nashville and I’m so proud of the work being done here. Healthcare is the heart of this town and the solutions being developed here are helping patients all over the world. I’m particularly proud of the Nashville Healthcare Council’s Fellows program, and was thrilled to introduce it to a broader audience.
I am constantly inspired by the sheer volume of creativity in Nashville, much of which is channeled toward shaping a smarter, more efficient health care system for our nation.
I was only 16 when my father and brother co-founded HCA in 1968, an innovative venture that grew into the largest hospital management company in the world and reshaped the delivery of care throughout the country. HCA’s founding helped set the stage for Nashville to become the epicenter of the American health care industry, today home to 400 health care companies.
I advise a number of cutting-edge organizations, and I consistently see tomorrow’s successful, shareable care-delivery models being built in Nashville. Future generations of patients across the world stand to benefit.
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