Artist manager Stuart Dill has been named Vanderbilt University Medical Center's entertainment industry liaison.
In his new role, Dill (pictured) will develop the strategic partnership between VUMC and the entertainment industry to communicate health care advances and build upon philanthropic interests.
Dill is the founder of Dill Management Group and has managed artists including Minnie Pearl, Dwight Yoakam and Bill Ray Cyrus, among others.
"Nashville’s two most dynamic and well-known industries are health care and music," C. Wright Pinson, deputy vice chancellor for health affairs and Vanderbilt Health System CEO, said in a release. "At VUMC, we know and appreciate the numerous important contributions from the entertainment industry that similarly improve our community and quality of life. Together, we have accomplished much and see the opportunity to do even more to benefit Nashville and Middle Tennessee. We are fortunate to have someone of Stuart’s caliber join us as we continue to build upon these relationships with our entertainment industry colleagues."
Vanderbilt Health System announced that The Jackson Clinic, a multi-speciality group physician practice in West Tennessee, has joined with the Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network.
By participating with VHAN, the 140-physician Jackson Clinic joins Vanderbilt's clinically integrated network, an ongoing effort to control costs. The system reports 2,900 physicians currently participate in VHAN.
"We welcome the physicians of The Jackson Clinic to the Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network," C. Wright Pinson, CEO of Vanderbilt Health System and deputy vice chancellor for health affairs, said in a release. "Their practice has a long history of excellence in patient care and strong community relationships. The collaborative methods of their clinical practice combine naturally with VHAN's mission.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center was named the best hospital in the Metro Nashville area and the state of Tennessee by U.S. News and World Report.
"This acknowledgement from U.S. News and World Report, along with other designations we receive, serves to remind us of the impact we are having on the lives of the patients and families we serve," C. Wright Pinson, CEO of the Vanderbilt Health System and deputy vice chancellor for health affairs, said in a release. "Every day, I am proud of the outstanding accomplishments of our faculty and staff and want to thank you for keeping VUMC No. 1 in Tennessee."
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