Event will be held at the Leslie Towne Centre

Cookeville – The Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce is holding “The State of Healthcare” signature luncheon Thursday Jan. 11.

Event to be held at the Leslie Towne Centre.

Signature luncheon.

“The “State of Healthcare” event will delve into the current state of the region’s healthcare systems and explore opportunities for businesses and organizations to collaborate in building a healthier community,” said the Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce.

Buffy Key, CEO of Cookeville Regional Medical Center (CRMC), will be the keynote speaker for the event while Lisa Bumbalough, director of the Putnam County Health Department, will also be a guest speaker.

“They will reflect on the past year and share their outlook on the industry’s growth in 2024 and beyond.,” said the Chamber. “Guests also have the opportunity to submit questions to be asked during the program.”

To submit your question, click HERE. The event is sponsored by CRMC.

Schedule:

10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m – Exhibitor row opens

11 a.m. – Lunch Buffet opens

11:30 a.m to 1 p.m. – Program

1 p.m. to 2 p.m. – Exhibitor row opens

Registration Fees:

Ticket (Member) – $20

Ticket (Non-Member) – $25

An extra $5 will be charged for tickets bought at the door. To register for the event click HERE or to register a booth click HERE. Local businesses in the healthcare industry are invited to host informational booths and guests can explore booths an hour before and after the program.

Booth holders get two tickets with their purchase.

Booth Fees:

Member – $100

Non-Member – $150

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