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April 21, 2013

Creating essential relationships topic of Hamilton Business Alliance Forum

The Whitfield Healthcare Foundation will host the Hamilton Business Alliance Forum on Tuesday, April 30, at Hamilton Medical Center.

“This program is specifically designed for business and civic leaders and others who are interested in ways to live a healthier life and current health care trends that shape the health of the community and promises to be an exceptional program,” says Robert H. Smalley III, chairman of the Whitfield Healthcare Foundation. The foundation will honor the members of the Hamilton Business Alliance, those businesses that support the advancement of health care at Hamilton Medical Center.

Our modern American culture is face-paced and ever-changing — a lifestyle of increasing individuality and profound media distraction — which can cause ongoing stress in many areas of our lives. “Dr. Will” Miller, a professor at Purdue University in Indiana, an ordained minister, psychotherapist and former standup comedian, and recognized expert on managing stress, interpersonal relationships, organizational health and workplace culture, will deliver the keynote presentation.

The program will be in Hamilton’s Bandy Parking Plaza on the corner of Memorial and Broadrick drives and will begin promptly at 11:30 a.m. A specific event parking lot will be designated for guest parking on Broadrick Drive.

This program is free and all business and community leaders are invited. Dr. Will’s latest book, “Refrigerator Rights: Creating Connections and Restoring Relationships,” will be available for purchase and a book signing will follow the program. To register, call the foundation office at (706) 272-6128 or register online at www.hamiltonhealth.com.


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