Southern Nevada hospitals and healthcare leaders to provide updates on the vaccine roll-out, what is happening on the front lines and the challenges facing providers
A year after the world was first gripped by the pandemic, on Friday, February 19, local hospital and healthcare leaders will come together again for a panel discussion titled, Pandemic Update 2021: The State of Our Hospitals. The virtual event will be presented by the Henderson Chamber of Commerce (HCC) and will explore how hospitals are continuing to help the community battle the virus as well as how they are coping with capacity and other challenges caused by COVID-19.
Panel participants include:
- Lawrence Barnard, Nevada Market Leader and President/CEO Siena and Rose de Lima Campuses
- Sam Kaufman, CEO/Managing Director, Henderson Hospital
- Todd P. Sklamberg, Chief Executive Officer, Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center
The event will be moderated by HCC President and CEO, Scott Muelrath. Event Sponsors include Henderson Hospital and Dignity Health St. Rose Dominican. Nevada State Bank will serve as the Zoom Sponsor.
The State of Our Hospitals virtual event is open to Members and Non-Members. Registration is complimentary for Members and $15 for Non-Members. For more information and to register, visit hendersonchamber.com.
WHO: HCC President and CEO, Scott Muelrath; Lawrence Barnard, Nevada Market Leader and President/CEO Siena and Rose de Lima Campuses; Sam Kaufman, CEO/Managing Director, Henderson Hospital; and Todd P. Sklamberg, Chief Executive Officer, Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center
WHEN: Friday, February 19, 2021; 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. PST
WHERE: Zoom Webinar
About the Henderson Chamber of Commerce
The Henderson Chamber of Commerce, HCC, is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the growth and progress of the business community. The HCC provides businesses with legislative representation, marketing and networking opportunities, support resources and business development training. These benefits are also provided by two other organizations under the HCC umbrella – the HCC Foundation, HCCF, and the Henderson Development Association, HDA. The HCC members are focused on promoting the civic, commercial and industrial development of Southern Nevada.