TPCA presents Awards of Excellence to Commissioner of Health, East Tennessee IT leader
The Tennessee Primary Care Association recognized two healthcare industry leaders with Awards of Excellence at its President’s Dinner in December.
The William V. Corr Award, which honors outstanding leadership resulting in health policy development or innovative program implementation in Tennessee, was presented to Commissioner John Dreyzehner of the Tennessee Department of Health. In recognizing Dreyzehner, TPCA Chief Executive Officer Kathy Wood-Dobbins noted, “He’s proven to be a supporter of Community Health Centers and a strong advocate for public health and prevention.”
The Susan P. Smith Award, which recognizes outstanding contributions in advancing health center programs and working to strengthen partnerships between health centers and TPCA staff, was presented to Andy Rhea, director of information technology for Knoxville-based Cherokee Health Systems. Rhea has shared his expertise with TPCA staff and several Association members regarding the implementation of various IT applications.
“We’re pleased to recognize both these individuals with Awards of Excellence,” said Wood-Dobbins. “Their commitment and dedication have clearly earned the respect of their peers, and have made a positive impact on all Tennesseans.”
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