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Remarkable People. Remarkable Medicine.

"Remarkable People. Remarkable Medicine."

About the cover (left to right)

James Boston, MD, and Angela Thompson, MD,

Brunswick Primary Care, Novant Medical Group

Kevin Price,

Historically under-utilized business (HUB) manager, leads a new diversity initiative for expanding the health system's network of suppliers to include more businesses owned by minorities, women and handicapped individuals, to better reflect Novant's patient population among vendors

Remarkable People.

Remarkable Medicine.

Novant Health received the national 2006 President's Award for commitment to service excellence for patients, physicians and employees. The President's Award is the highest recognition presented by Professional Research Consultants (PRC), a nationally known healthcare research company. Each year PRC presents the President's Award to only one healthcare organization in the nation. Joe Inguanzo, PhD, President and CEO of PRC, explained why our health system was honored with his organization's top award.

"There is a commitment to excellence in every arena that begins with the health system president, continues with all leaders and ultimately benefits the patient, physician and employee. Novant Health received this award for extraordinary efforts focused on putting the care back in healthcare."

At Novant, we're committed to utilizing formal opinion research to routinely evaluate and improve our care and service to patients, employees and physicians. Patients rate the care provided by nurses and physicians, food, room cleanliness, specific services such as the emergency room and x-ray, and other aspects related to overall quality of care. Employees rate their benefits and wages, their supervisors, teamwork among departments and the organization overall as a place to work. Physicians rate the hospital's employees, key services such as laboratory and surgery and the hospital overall as a place that supports physicians and their patients. "By conducting this research, we compare ourselves to hundreds of other hospitals and health systems around the country," emphasized Paul Wiles, president and CEO of Novant. "We learn about our strengths and about areas that we can improve." In addition to the national President's Award, Novant Health's 2006 annual report highlights other important milestones such as building expansions to meet growing community needs, medical breakthroughs and financial performance. Together, they all work in harmony to live out Novant's not-for-profit mission, to "improve the health of our communities, one person at a time."

2006 President's Award

Forsyth Stroke Team Members

(left to right)

Diana Drake, call representative R.J. Clark, Jr., driver Bob Romanchuk, director of clinical trials and grants Lealia Martin, RN and radiology technologist Lilana Hines, recreation therapist

"Remarkable People. Remarkable Medicine."

Sandra Peynado,

Latino health ministry educator, Presbyterian Hospital

Lilana Hines,

recreation therapist, Forsyth Rehabilitation Center

Expanding to meet Community Needs

Two communities strongly support Novant Health in its efforts to bring new hospitals to their growing towns. Approximately 15,000 residents from Mint Hill near Charlotte wrote the state of North Carolina in support of Presbyterian Hospital's plan to build a 50-bed hospital. The State approved Presbyterian Hospital Mint Hill, but an existing hospital in another county is appealing that decision. Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem also received overwhelming local support from Kernersville residents and civic leaders to build a 50-bed community hospital. The state initially denied plans for Forsyth Medical Center Kernersville, which is also being opposed by a hospital outside of the county. But Novant leaders are optimistic that a grassroots citizens group from Kernersville will ultimately help gain approval for their community hospital. Brunswick Community Hospital received permission from the state of North Carolina to build a replacement hospital in Brunswick County. The hospital received more than 8,000 letters of support for the project; in addition, local residents and community leaders voiced strong support during a public hearing in 2006. Once other planning details are finalized, the new hospital could open in 2-3 years. Presbyterian Medical Plaza Monroe broke ground in late 2006 on a community outpatient facility that will include family physicians, pediatricians, an outpatient surgery center, diagnostic imaging services, urgent care and also retail services. The new medical plaza will open by summer 2007. The Novant Medical Group expanded to North Carolina's southeastern coastal region last year. Nineteen physicians and their clinics joined the medical group in Brunswick County. Forsyth Medical Center's mobile Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) unit began serving Stokes County residents last year by visiting Mountainview Medical clinic in King two days a week. The new service improves access to healthcare in rural communities. Thomasville Medical Center began building a new emergency room in 2006. The ER will house 25 beds including a 5-bed Chest Pain Center, 6-7 beds for minor fast track care and 3 trauma beds. Last year TMC served 24,950 patients in its 10-bed ER. Project completion is estimated for December 2007. In addition, Presbyterian Hospital Matthews completed expansion and renovation of its 22,000-square foot emergency department in 2006. Forsyth Sleep Center at Medical Park Hospital opened under the medical direction of Brandon Chandos, MD, a board-certified neurologist, sleep medicine specialist and member of Forsyth Medical Group. Thomasville Medical Center launched its hospitalist program in mid-2006. Local physicians are assisting in the early stages by providing medical coverage during the daytime, (top to bottom) while Forsyth Medical Brandon Chandos, MD, medical director of Forsyth Sleep Center at Medical Park Hospital Center hospitalists from Nicole McRae, polysomnographic technologist Winston-Salem provide care during the evening. This collaboration represents one of the advantages of belonging to a healthcare system. The new hospitalist program is enhancing medical coverage at Thomasville as well as assisting in physician recruitment efforts. Forsyth Medical Park Kernersville, the new 36,000square foot medical office building in Kernersville, opened last summer and includes practices from Winston-Salem Cardiology, Forsyth Internal Medicine, Excel Imaging, Lyndhurst Obstetrics and Gynecology, Piedmont Asthma and Allergy, Piedmont HematologyOncology Associates and Salem Neurological Center. Presbyterian Medical Plaza Ballantyne will house three operating rooms, an endoscopy suite, imaging services, lab services and physician practices. External construction on the 48,000 square-foot complex is already complete. Imaging and lab services opened in April 2007. The surgical suites will open in summer 2007.

"Remarkable People. Remarkable Medicine."

Lindsay Peral, MD, Maplewood Family Practice, Forsyth Medical Group, and volunteer at the Community Care Clinic in Winston-Salem which serves the uninsured

Derrick L. Davis Forsyth Regional Cancer Center surgeons who use the da Vinci Robotic Surgical System at Medical Park Hospital Pictured in front (left to right) Andy Griffin, MD, urologist, Elizabeth Skinner, MD, gynecologic oncologist. Pictured in back (left to right) David Cook, MD, urologist, Charles Pippitt, MD, gynecologic oncologist, Lawrence Nycum, MD, gynecologic oncologist

Reaching New Heights in the Nation and

Novant Health ranks seventh among the Top 100 integrated healthcare networks in the United States. Verispan, a research firm that evaluates healthcare systems, conducts an annual survey that's published in Modern Healthcare. Verispan evaluates health systems based on eight categories: integration; integrated technology; contractual capabilities; outpatient utilization; financial stability; services and access; hospital utilization; and physicians. Novant is the highest nationally ranked health system in North Carolina. Forsyth Medical Center and its affiliates received the North Carolina United Way Employee Spirit Award in the hospital/health system 5001+ employees category, for the second year in a row. The award recognizes exemplary employee campaigns based upon per capita giving, an outstanding Leadership Circle campaign, as well as strong communication and special events support. Forsyth's award-winning campaign raised $889,052 to support ongoing needs in Forsyth and surrounding counties. Based on superior survey results from the national Commission on Cancer, the Derrick L. Davis Forsyth Regional Cancer Center was honored in 2006 with the Outstanding Achievement Award. The Commission's prestigious award recognizes cancer programs that strive for excellence in providing quality care to patients. Only six percent of the programs surveyed received the prestigious honor. All three hospitals associated with the Forsyth Regional Cancer Center shared in the award: Medical Park Hospital, Thomasville Medical Center and Forsyth Medical Center. Presbyterian Cancer Center received this honor in 2005. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC) designated 17 high-volume heart facilities across the state as Cardiac Centers of Excellence. Forsyth Medical Center and Presbyterian Hospital both received the insurer's new designation. BCBSNC explained that the designation is based upon the "common sense idea that repetition improves performance."

North Carolina

The national VHA organization named Forsyth Medical Center, Thomasville Medical Center and Presbyterian Hospital the winners of the 2006 VHA Leadership Award for Clinical Excellence. This award William Cromwell, MD, honors medical director, division of lipoprotein disorders, organizations Presbyterian Center for Preventive Cardiology achieving performance at the national 90% or above level on standard clinical quality measures. VHA recognized Forsyth and Presbyterian for improving acute myocardial infarction treatment and Thomasville for reducing surgical complications and improving infection prevention. The Presbyterian Diabetes Resource Center received recognition from the American Diabetes Association (ADA) for the high quality of its diabetes patient self-management education programs. The ADA commended the center for its informative patient programs on topics such as eating habits, medication, physical activity and stress levels. Forsyth Medical Center's Diabetes and Nutrition Services has received past ADA recognition. In addition, the Forsyth Medical Group Diabetes Care Program received the 2006 Eagle Award from the NC Alliance for Healthy Communities, for improving the health of patients with diabetes. Carolina Parenting named Novant Health to the 2006 Family Friendly 40 list. The company publishes Carolina Parent, Piedmont Parent and Charlotte Parent magazines. Each year the company recognizes 40 North Carolina companies that make life easier for working parents through flexible policies and family-friendly benefits.

"Remarkable People. Remarkable Medicine."

Pamela Binns-Gibson,

MD, Steele Creek Family Practice, Presbyterian Medical Group

Richard Reiling, MD, medical director, and Barbara Lipira, RN, executive director, Presbyterian Cancer Center


Advanced Medicine to Our Patients

designation is awarded only to healthcare facilities that demonstrate excellence in stroke care by meeting rigorous national standards of the Joint Commission and the American Stroke Association. They join Forsyth Medical Center and Presbyterian Hospital in accomplishing this certification.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit physicians at Forsyth Medical Center began using a treatment called wholebody hypothermia to treat newborns suspected of experiencing perinatal asphyxia (reduced oxygen flow to the brain) during labor or delivery. Forsyth joined one other regional medical center in the state to begin providing this advanced treatment which lowers an infant's body temperature for a period of time to help the brain recover from loss of oxygen. Presbyterian Hospital became the first site in the nation to enroll a patient in a new study of the Renal Assist Device, a type of external artificial kidney filter. James Tumlin, MD, of Southeast Renal Associates, served as the principal investigator for the study. Thomasville Medical Center achieved full national accreditation for its Chest Pain Center. Thomasville joins Presbyterian Hospital, Forsyth Medical Center and Presbyterian Hospital Matthews as Novant facilities achieving this national honor. The national Society of Chest Pain Centers awarded Presbyterian Hospital accreditation for Cycle II Chest Pain with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI). The Cycle II designation recognizes Presbyterian for achieving a more advanced level in chest pain accreditation. Presbyterian was the first hospital in North Carolina to receive Cycle II accreditation. The National Cancer Institute released the results of the largest research study ever for the prevention of breast cancer. Called "STAR," the Study of Tamoxifen and Raloxifene, the clinical trial compared the effectiveness of two drugs in preventing the occurrence of breast cancer in women who are at risk. The Derrick L. Davis Forsyth Regional Cancer Center and Presbyterian Cancer Center both participated as national leaders in enrolling patients in the important research project. Forsyth Rehabilitation Center was the first program in the Carolinas to offer a new treatment option to patients. The Bioness H200 device helps restore hand function for individuals who suffer a stroke, spinal cord or brain injury. Presbyterian Hospital Huntersville, Thomasville Medical Center and Presbyterian Hospital Matthews have achieved national certification for their Stroke Centers from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. This

Robin Hooper, RN, disease management educator for Novant, travels across eight counties reaching out to uninsured patients and others facing hardships

Trina Wilson, physical therapist, Thomasville Medical Center Rehabilitation Medicine

Presbyterian Hospital and Presbyterian Hospital Matthews added a new state-of-the-art 64-slice CT imaging system. The equipment is the world's first Volume Computed Tomography (VCT) system. The Lightspeed VCT shortens exam times and increases patient comfort. Forsyth Medical Center and its physicians were first in North Carolina to perform two new surgical procedures. Allston Stubbs, MD, orthopaedic surgeon, performed a hip arthroscopy. Robert Ferguson, MD and Donald Heck, MD, neurointerventional radiologists, joined a clinical trial research team for the Penumbra Stroke System, a new minimally invasive device to remove blood clots in the brain and reverse damage caused by stroke.

"Remarkable People. Remarkable Medicine."

RN, infection control and quality measures, Presbyterian Hospital Huntersville

Cindy Lindsay,

One of Novant's computer screens reminding staff about hand hygiene.

Remarkable People

Five Novant nurses were named as part of North Carolina's Great 100 Nurses for 2006: Gladys Campbell, staff development clinician, Forsyth Stroke & Neurovascular Center; Jan Gordon, oncology nurse, Winston-Salem Health Care; Becky Lasley, staff development clinician, Forsyth Regional Orthopaedic Center; Penny Overby, patient relations, Thomasville Medical Center; and Amy Vance, senior director of operations at Presbyterian Hospital Matthews. The Great 100 is a not-for-profit volunteer organization that recognizes excellence among registered nurses in North Carolina. Brunswick Community Hospital, which joined Novant Health in March 2006, recruited its new board of trustees consisting of physicians, Brunswick County Hospital Authority members and community representatives: 1) Timothy Gibble, MD, Atlantic Internal Medicine; Chris Isenhour, MD, Oceanside Family Medicine; and William Faircloth, MD, East Coast Internal Medicine and hospital chief of staff; 2) Hospital Authority members Ron Anderson and Murray Sherman; 3) Community representatives John "Jack" Carpenter, retired Lucent Technologies executive; Marion Warren, district court judge, hospital board vice chairman; Robert W. "Chip" Leavitt, Jr., CEO/general manager, Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation, hospital board chairman; Stephen Greiner, president, Brunswick Community College; Glenda Browning, Browning Tire Town/Browning Enterprise; Joseph Gore, volunteer, special assistant to the president, Brunswick Community College; and Betty Williamson, president, Williamson Realty. Paul Wiles, Novant president and CEO, also serves on the board. Tom Craig, a Presbyterian Hospital biomedical sterilizer technician, received CharlotteMecklenburg Utilities' WaterStar Award. Craig retrofitted 21 hospital sterilizers with Water-Mizers, saving 25,200 gallons of water daily and $54,720 annually.

at Presbyterian Orthopaedic Hospital Forsyth Medical Center's Public Safety Team received the national Lindberg Bell Award from the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety. The award is presented each year to a facility that demonstrates an outstanding healthcare security and safety program.


Tom Craig,

biomedical sterilizer technician,

Novant Health's Legal Department received the inaugural Constangy Brooks & Smith Corporate Counsel Work-Life Balance Award. This award was established to celebrate the firm's 60th anniversary. Judges for the award were Susan Saab Fortney from Texas Tech Law School and an author of a book on this subject, Ed Baker of the Business Journals and a representative from the American Corporate Counsel Association.

"Remarkable People. Remarkable Medicine."

(left to right) RN, RN, neonatal intensive care unit, Forsyth Medical Center

B.C. Stockdale, and Keri Pryblo,

Crystal Mintz,

pharmacy technician, Brunswick Community Hospital

Remarkable People

Presbyterian Hemby Children's Hospital teamed up in 2006 with the Danger Rangers, a popular children's brand that features a cast of animated characters designed to empower kids to make better safety decisions. The Danger Rangers Hollywood-produced cartoon airs on PBS television. The Danger Rangers make appearances at hospital events and are featured in Presbyterian Hemby TV commercials. The Forsyth Medical Center Foundation received a grant of $425,000 over the next three years from the North Carolina Health and Wellness Trust Fund. As part of its Health Disparities Initiative, the Trust Fund takes a leadership position in addressing disparities among North Carolina racial, ethnic and socioeconomic groups. The grant awarded to the Forsyth Medical Center Foundation will implement a Novant program to reduce disparities in African American and Hispanic populations related to obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Forsyth Medical Center and its Foundation announced an additional $1.5 million commitment to support outpatient primary and prenatal care for the medically underserved in Forsyth County. The hospital already supports a number of health programs for the uninsured and people at risk of not receiving proper healthcare, including Today's Woman Health & Wellness Center and the Community Care Clinic. Presbyterian Cancer Center received a $125,000 grant from the Avon Foundation for expanded community outreach and patient navigation services for underserved populations in Mecklenburg and eleven surrounding counties. The Avon Foundation was founded in 1955 to improve the lives of women and their families.

Four members of the Community Health Alliance Mark Billings,

(left to right) administrator of Presbyterian Hospital Matthews


In recognition of Microsoft's continuous support of the Presbyterian Hemby Children's Hospital, Presbyterian named its newly built patient playground the Microsoft Park. Presbyterian funded the playground solely through proceeds from the Hemby Cup, an annual MicrosoftPresbyterian Hemby Children's Hospital sponsored charity hockey game, which has raised more than $300,000 over the past five years. Presbyterian Hospital Matthews created a community health alliance to ensure that healthcare is accessible for all residents in Matthews, Mint Hill and Union County. The alliance includes community leaders, physicians and Presbyterian administrative staff. The group evaluates new ways to reach out to the community and works with the volunteer-staffed Matthews Health Clinic which serves those who wouldn't otherwise have access to healthcare.

Lee Myers, mayor of Matthews Stephen McAdams, MD,

chief executive officer, Mid Carolina Cardiology

Lou McAdams,

MD, medical director, Matthews Health Clinic

Sources of REVENUE

Other operating revenue 2% Inpatient routine services 10% Outpatient clinic & emergency services 16%

Distribution of EXPENSES

2% 4% 8% Other expenses Provisions for community care and bad debt Depreciation & interest

Outpatient ancillary services 34%

33% Supplies

Inpatient ancillary & other services 38%

53% Labor and benefits


Funds support community expansions & care for uninsured

Novant Health's strong financial performance in 2006 came at one of the most important times in the organization's history, as it plans to invest $1.5 billion in new facilities and medical technologies over the next five years and as it continues to serve more patients who are uninsured. The health system earned $79 million in operating income in 2006. In addition, Novant earned investment income of $89 million and $33 million from the sale of five medical office buildings. Combined, the health system's income from operations, investments and the gain from real estate produced a net income of $201 million. "We concentrate on achieving a solid operating income, which is strongly influenced by the quality of service and care that our staff provides to patients and their families," explained Paul Wiles, Novant's president and CEO. "We don't over rely on investment income to help us meet the growing needs of our patients and communities." Novant facilities experienced another year of significant increases in the number of patients choosing its facilities for care. "We're providing healthcare to more people and that positively affects our organization," Wiles commented. "That trend also represents our biggest challenge ­ how to best serve the growing demand in our communities and neighborhoods." Part of that trend included providing healthcare to more uninsured patients. In 2006 Novant hospitals provided care and services to 70,430 uninsured patients, an increase of 20% from the previous year. Novant, as a not-for-profit organization, provides charity care and other financial assistance programs for its communities. Last year, the health system provided $186 million in community benefits consisting of charity care, uncompensated services for Medicaid and Medicare recipients, and other benefits such as community outreach and support. Dean Swindle, Chief Financial Officer of Novant Health, explained that Novant is also meeting community need by investing $1.5 billion in capital improvements over the next five years. Presbyterian Hospital recently received Certificate of Need (CON) approval from the State of North Carolina to build a community hospital in Mint Hill. In addition, Novant and Brunswick Community Hospital received CON approval to build an expanded replacement hospital in Brunswick County along the southeastern coast. Other major projects include expanding the Cancer Center at Forsyth Medical Center, the emergency department at Thomasville Medical Center, inpatient capacity at Presbyterian Hospital's main campus and outpatient medical plazas in several locations. Swindle outlined several other key trends in 2006. The Novant Medical Group, consisting of physician practices in the Carolinas, grew to 670 physicians. Those physicians and their office staffs continue to share technology and resources that might otherwise be unaffordable for independent doctors or smaller clinics. For example, the Novant Medical Group has budgeted $37 million over three years for implementing a patient Electronic Medical Record as well as new physician office management software. As CFO, Swindle concedes that finances are only one measure of a company's success. He explained that Novant has four equally-weighted annual goals, each interdependent, influencing the others: 1) achieving high patient satisfaction; 2) achieving high employee satisfaction; 3) providing high quality clinical care and; 4) achieving strong financial performance.

Novant Health Facilities

Novant Health is a not-for-profit integrated group of hospitals and physician clinics, ranked as one of our nation's ten best healthcare systems ­ caring for patients and communities in North and South Carolina. Hospital affiliates include Presbyterian Hospital, Presbyterian Orthopaedic Hospital, Presbyterian Hospital Matthews and Presbyterian Hospital Huntersville in the Charlotte area; Forsyth Medical Center and Medical Park Hospital in Winston-Salem; Thomasville Medical Center in Thomasville, NC; and Brunswick Community Hospital in Supply, NC. Other Novant facilities and programs include two nursing homes, 202 physician clinics, outpatient surgery and diagnostic centers, rehabilitation programs and community health outreach programs.


(in 000's) AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2006 Cash & investments Other current assets Property, plant and equipment, net Other assets TOTAL ASSETS Current liabilities Long-term debt Other liabilities NET ASSETS Unrestricted Restricted TOTAL NET ASSETS TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS



(in 000's) AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2006 OPERATING REVENUE OPERATING EXPENSES Labor and benefits Supplies Provision for bad debt Depreciation and interest Gain on sale of real estate Other expenses TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES Income from operations Non-operating income EXCESS OF REVENUE OVER EXPENSES


277,599 964,386 299,153

$2,712,843 $237,214


902,429 102,105

621,258 72,899 154,837 (32,892) 37,002 $1,831,262




$1,471,095 $2,712,843




(in 000's)



(in 000's)


Licensed Beds Maintained Beds Inpatient Admissions Adjusted Patient Days ER Visits Surgeries Physician Office Visits Newborn Deliveries Employees

2004 2,322 2,001 80,869 707,966 202,924 77,159 12,053 14,580

2005 2,322 2,003 89,205 755,021 243,202 86,337 13,679 15,836

2006 2,382 2,060 96,959 813,173 280,917 86,980 15,145 17,432





2004 2005 2006

2004 2005 2006


2,050,587 2,415,597 2,739,476


Stanford R. Brookshire, Jr.

CHAIRMAN (Retired) CEO, Acentron Technologies, Inc.

Anthony Fox

Partner, Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein, LLP


The Honorable Peter S. Brunstetter

PAST CHAIRMAN NC State Senator Attorney, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice

Benjamin P Jenkins, III .

Vice Chairman, Wachovia Corporation

Vi Alexander Lyles

VICE CHAIRMAN Project Director, The Lee Institute

James R. Palermo

Executive in Residence, Johnson & Wales University

Arthur J. Gallagher

SECRETARY President, Johnson & Wales University

John R. Belk

CHAIRMAN President and COO, Belk, Inc.

D. Harding Stowe

President & CEO, R.L. Stowe Mills, Inc.

Carl S. Armato

President & CEO Presbyterian Healthcare

Paul A. Stroup, III William A. Walker,


(Retired) MD

Lisa S. Evans,


President & CEO, Lance, Inc. Charlotte Colon & Rectal Surgery Associates

Paul Blake,


VICE CHAIRPERSON Medical Director, Radiation Oncology Forsyth Regional Cancer Center

Presbyterian Southeast Renal

Krista S. Tillman

SECRETARY/TREASURER (Retired) President-NC, BellSouth

Pamela Lewis Davies,

President, Queens University of Charlotte

Akinyele Aluko,


Mid Carolina Cardiology, PA


Harold C. Pollard,


Michael B. Baughan

President and COO, B/E Aerospace, Inc.

CHAIRMAN Lyndhurst Gynecologic Associates, PA

Clarence R. Lambe, Jr.

President, Twin City Properties Corporation

Debra L. Conrad

Forsyth County Commissioner President, Conrad Marketing Specialists, LLC

Joe W. Carroll

VICE CHAIRMAN SVP First Community Bank ,

Robert W. Leavitt

CEO General Manager Brunswick Electric Membership Corp.

Barbara J. Desoer

Global Technology and Operations Officer, Bank of America

Gary M. Green,


Joseph P Logan .

VP American Home Furnishings Alliance ,

SECRETARY President, Forsyth Technical Community College

Robert R. Gordon, Jr.


Quincy A. McNeil, Jr., Karen McNeil-Miller


Hada de Varona Haulsee

TREASURER Attorney, Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge & Rice

Forsyth Gynecologic Associates, PA President, Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust

EVP HR, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco , Holdings, Inc.

Peggy A. Valentine,


Serenus T. Churn, Sr., Gerald W. Eggers, Joseph H. Ely



Mount Zion Baptist Church Department of Pathology, Forsyth Medical Center


Sherry J. Polonsky

VP and Assistant CFO, WilcoHess

Dean, The School of Health Sciences Winston-Salem State University

Paul M. Wiles

President and CEO, Novant Health

W. Avalon Potts

President, Modern Machine & Metal Fabricators, Inc.

John B. Woodlief

Vice President, Finance & CFO, Ruddick Corporation

Executive Vice President, AON Consulting

James A. Rousseau, II


The Honorable Linda D. Garrou

North Carolina State Senator

VP Community Relations & Development, , Forsyth Technical Community College

Manual L. Zapata

President, Zapata Engineering

Gregory G. Holthusen,


Orthopaedic Specialists of the Carolinas, PA


Paul M. Wiles

President and CEO, Novant Health

Carl S. Armato

President and CEO, Presbyterian Healthcare

Gregory J. Beier

President and CEO, Triad Region and Forsyth Medical Center

Jacqueline D. Gattis

Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, Novant Health

Dean Swindle

Novant Health does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. For further information about this policy, contact: Novant Health Director of Internal Audit & Compliance, 1-704-384-7638 or TDD 1-800-735-8262.


2085 Frontis Plaza Boulevard Winston-Salem, NC 27103

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Novant Health

Stephen L. Wallenhaupt,


Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Novant Health

T. Hayes Woollen,


Executive Vice President President, Novant Medical Group


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