With a mission to honor men and women who have made significant and lasting contributions to the health care industry, The Tennessee Health Care Hall of Fame seeks to recognize and honor the pioneers and current leaders that have formed Tennessee’s health and health care community and encourage future generations of health care professionals.
The Hall has been created by Belmont University and The McWhorter Society and is supported by the Nashville Health Care Council, a Hall of Fame Founding Partner.
Nominees can be practitioners, executives, entrepreneurs, mentors, teachers, scientists, researchers, innovators or any person with a connection to the health or health care field.
About Belmont University
About the Nashville Health Care Council
The Nashville Health Care Council is a premier association of health care industry leaders working to inspire global collaboration to improve health care by serving as a catalyst for leadership and innovation. Supported by more than 300 corporate members, including local and national health care companies, the Council serves as a trusted source for information on trends that influence the health care industry. The organization provides members with one-of-a-kind networking opportunities and access to Nashville’s elite health care business community. For more information on the Council, please visit www.healthcarecouncil.com.
About the McWhorter Society
The McWhorter Society, named in honor of Nashville businessman and health care leader Clayton McWhorter, is a Belmont University giving society created to provide financial support for health care education. The Society aims to provide scholarships for students, endowed professorships and support for innovative educational efforts. Through the commitment of the Society’s members, Belmont’s health care related programs continue to provide the next generation of health care leaders for our community and beyond. For more information visit belmont.edu/mcwhortersociety.