Introducing: Courage in Healthcare Podcast

By: Kyle Wrothy

A new podcast series inspired by the courageous stories we have encountered while working with healthcare leaders. 

 

We are proud to announce the launch of our new podcast, Courage in Healthcare. In this series, we will speak with leaders in the healthcare community who have seen their organizations through trying times. It’s our hope to inspire others with these remarkable stories of innovation and perseverance and introduce the professionals behind them, whose courage has left an incredible mark on their communities.

 

The first episode will go live in July 2019. We look forward to sharing these stories with you.

 

If you have a story of courage to tell and would like to share it, please let us know. We would love to hear from you

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