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May 17: Clinic to Community: A Health Summit


For the second year in a row, NashvilleHealth and the YMCA of Middle Tennessee will welcome national and local experts to discuss chronic disease prevention and management in the city.

Join a variety of community leaders and medical experts to discuss how we continue to reduce the burden of chronic disease and improve healthier living for all.

During the Summit, you will experience community leaders discussing topics ranging from prevention to community engagement within Tennessee. Some leaders you'll hear from are:

  • Dr. Bill Paul, Director of Metro Public Health
  • Dr. Ann Albright, RD Director, Division of Diabetes Translation, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
  • Senator Bill Frist

And many more!

Thu, May 17, 2018 • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM CDT

1501 Wedgewood Ave • Janet Ayers Academic Center • Nashville, TN 37212

Learn more and register


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