‘A Conversation About Health Care’ to Discuss Reform Issues
WAYNE, Neb. (Nov. 6, 2009) -- Wayne State College’s American Democracy Project and the Wayne Political Union will present "A Conversation about Health Care" with Dr. Dean O. French at 7 p.m. Nov. 18 in Connell Hall Room 131. The event is free and open to the public.
French will consider health care and health care reform from the perspective of someone within the medical community. French is vice president of medical affairs and quality with Faith Regional Health Services. He is a board certified family physician who specializes in Hospital Medicine and Emergency Medicine. He has practiced rural - frontier family medicine, developed innovative delivery systems for medicine in small rural communities and championed improvement in quality and patient safety in hospital medicine.
"Conversations" is a new program from Wayne State College's American Democracy Project and is co-sponsored by the Wayne Political Union. "Conversations" brings students and members of the community together to discuss important and timely policy issues.
Look for more "Conversations" in the near future. For information: Dr. Joe Blankenau, professor of politics at Wayne State, (402) 375-7541