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The Tennessee Health Care Hall of Fame announces its third class of inductees

Six health care professional were selected for the class of 2017 for their “significant and lasting contributions to the health and health care industries.” This year’s inductees are: Dr. Dorothy Lavinia Brown: First African American female surgeon in the south; Dr. William “Bill” Frist: First heart and lung transplant surgeon at Vanderbilt; Joel Gordon: 47-year health care veteran, Founder of General Care and Surgical Care Associates, Co-Founder of HealthWise of America; Dr. Harry Jacobson: Physician, entrepreneur and investor who founded/co-founded eight companies; Dr. Stanford Moore: Received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1972 for his work with proteins and their composition; Dr. Donald Pinkel: First Director and CEO of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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