Malcolm served most recently as chief executive officer at the coaching firm Master Physician Leaders. She also currently serves as associate program director for the American Medical Women's Association's Leadership Certification Program.
Among the region's most anticipated charity events, the event includes an exciting raffle for more than $20,000 in prizes. Those interested should visit summergala.com to learn more and purchase tickets.
Dr. Frates is an award-winning assistant clinical professor at Harvard Medical School, director of Lifestyle Medicine and Wellness for the Department of Surgery at Mass General Hospital, and president-elect of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine.
Presenters had 7 minutes to share how their rural hospitals are implementing strategies that enhance the patient experience, designing care delivery to meet patients where they are, addressing their patients' medical, mental, and social needs, and improving value
Dr. Cohen received his medical degree at the State University of New York Medical Center in Brooklyn, a graduate degree in physiology from Hahnemann University in Pennsylvania, and a bachelor's in psychobiology from Binghampton University in New York.
Sayles joined the Vermont Foodbank as the CEO in March of 2009 after serving ten years in senior appointed positions with the State of Vermont at the Department of Public Service and Agency of Natural Resources.
The most common respiratory illness circulating right now isn't COVID; it's influenza. But most people who come down with the flu don't need medical help. In fact, no test is needed most of the time, and the best treatments are surprisingly low tech.
The magazine topics are based on those identified by the community health needs assessment, a triannual process that includes a wide-ranging health and wellness survey and regional focus groups. It was conducted last year.
Dr. Donaldson received his medical degree from Dartmouth Medical School and his bachelor's in history from Dartmouth College, both in Hanover, NH. He completed his residency training in urology at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.