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Chattanooga Has Talent: Chattanooga Works Podcast Episode 6

Eric Lisica

If you're heading to the hospital, the last thing you'd think is, “I hope there are nurses working today.” As Chattanooga grows, we'll need more talent across the board, and our latest podcast examines related efforts in the healthcare field. 

This week on Chattanooga Works, we sit down with David Paschall, General Manager at MediTract, to discuss the Chamber’s new healthcare alliance, and we also host a panel discussion with local experts Kelli Hand from UTC's School of Nursing; Deborah Deal, Chief Nursing Executive, Parkridge; Denise Roden, Erlanger; and Rhonda Poulson, Chief Nursing Officer, CHI Memorial. Listen below. 

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