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Membership of New CC Hospital Board

The board is led by chair Dr. Laura Forese, a pediatric orthopedist who is executive vice president and chief operating officer at New York-Presbyterian Hospital.

Executive director is Dr. Lawrence Tabak, NIH principal deputy director. NIH director Dr. Francis Collins, to whom the board reports, is an ex-officio member.

Other members are Ellen Berty, special education teacher, book author and former NIH research participant; Beatrice Bowie, facilitator, Shady Grove Adventist Medical Center sickle cell support group and board member of the NIH patient advisory group; Ruth Brinkley of KentuckyOne Health; Brig. Gen. James Burks, director, Manpower, Personnel and Resources, and chief of the Medical Service Corps, U.S. Air Force; Dr. Carolyn Clancy, deputy under-secretary for health for organizational excellence at the Veterans Health Administration and former director of the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality; Jeanette Erickson, senior vice president for patient care services and chief nurse, Massachusetts General Hospital; Paul O’Neill, former Treasury secretary and OMB deputy director who is now non-executive chairman at Value Capture LLC; Dr. Peter Pronovost, director, Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality and senior vice president for safety and quality at Johns Hopkins University; Dr. Richard Shannon, executive vice president for health affairs and professor of medicine, University of Virginia Health System; Dr. Reed Tuckson, former ACD member and managing partner, Tuckson Health Connections.

The NIH Record

The NIH Record, founded in 1949, is the biweekly newsletter for employees of the National Institutes of Health.

Published 25 times each year, it comes out on payday Fridays.

Associate Editor: Carla Garnett

Staff Writers:

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Dana Talesnik

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