On Tuesday, October 13, Gunster will host a symposium to address the important questions surrounding expanding access to health care in Florida. The event is hosted in partnership with the USF Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation, or CAMLS, and will take place at their state-of-the art clinical training facility in Tampa.
Tuesday, October 13
1:00 PM to 7:00 PM, including panel and reception
CAMLS Auditorium, Tampa
The program is free
CAMLS Healthcare Symposium panelists:
- John Armstrong, MD, FACS
- Congressman Jason Altmire
- Senior Vice President, Public Policy and Community Engagement, Florida Blue
- Andrew R. Behrman, MBA.
- President and CEO, Florida Association of Community Health Centers, Inc
- Nabil El Sanadi, M.D.
- President and CEO, Broward Health
- Brian T. Graves, PhD, RN, ACNP-BC
- Assistant Dean, Master’s Program USF College of Nursing
- Joe Johnson
- President and CEO, Florida Hospital Carrollwood
- Justin Senior
- Deputy Secretary for Medicaid
- Barbara Sharief MSN, ARNP
- President/Director of Nursing, South Florida Pediatric Homecare Inc.
The session will close with a legislative update from Joe Negron, Florida State Senator.
CAMLS opened in 2012, and hosts education and training in a practical environment. Part of the health care symposium event will include a tour of the facility. The facility includes surgical labs and a virtual hospital, as well as conference and education spaces.
For more information about the event, please contact Maureen Jaeger, Director of Community Relations at Gunster at firstname.lastname@example.org.