The Nashville Health Care Council Fellows is a five-month intensive program that connects health care’s brightest minds, most influential leaders and top drivers of change across the U.S.

The Class of 2022 Council Fellows will experience new advancements designed to drive the industry forward. Apply this fall to join a community of health care leaders dedicated to improving the industry.

Please contact info@healthcarecouncil.com to voice your interest to learn more.

Apply.

The time to invest in your career is now. Take the first step by completing the application. Applications for the Class of 2022 open this September.

Fellows take part in clinical immersion
Fellows participants take part in clinical immersion sessions
Senator Bill Frist, M.D., Founder of Council Fellows
Senator Bill Frist, M.D., Founder of Council Fellows

Connect and learn.

Deepen your perspective on the challenging dynamics across the U.S. health care system with other forward-thinking peers.

Shape the future of health care.

Gain knowledge and maintain connections that empower you to change your organization and industry for the better.

Fahad Tahir President and CEO, Saint Thomas Midtown and West Hospitals and Grant Rutledge, Chief Development Officer, HCA, TriStar Division
Fahad Tahir, President and CEO, Saint Thomas Midtown and West Hospitals and Grant Rutledge, Chief Development Officer, HCA, TriStar Division

Our Partner Organizations

BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee
Change Healthcare
CHS
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LifePoint Health
Tivity Health
Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management

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