LBMC is proud to announce that LBMC Healthcare Services was named the Leadership Healthcare Council Supporting Organization of the Year. Leadership Health Care (LHC) is an initiative of the Nashville Health Care Council to nurture the talent and potential of Nashville’s health care industry professionals.
Leadership Healthcare Council presented the award Tuesday night at the LCH’s annual holiday and awards reception attended by more than 300 LCH members honoring its most impressive and engaged health care industry leaders for 2014.
LBMC was named The Supporting Organization of the Year award honoring an organization within the health care community that is providing notable support to Nashville Leadership Healthcare Council through activities that support the organization’s mission.
“LBMC Healthcare Services was named the Supporting Organization of the Year for its ongoing commitment to LHC and enriching the next generation of health care industry leaders,” said Jenni Bradley, director of talent development for the Nashville Health Care Council. “LBMC engaged in a number of LHC events through membership participation and leadership on the LHC membership and marketing committee, and has been an advocate for both LHC and the Council for many years.”
James Lackey, Jr. was awarded the inaugural Legacy of Leadership Award, Sarah Cook received the Health Care Emerging Leader of the Year award and Jordan Kendig was named the Ambassador of the Year.
“We are honored to receive such a prestigious award from an organization of this caliber,” said Greg Eli, LBMC Partner and Healthcare Services Practice Leader. “It is a privilege for the entire LBMC team to assist Leadership Healthcare in any capacity as they support emerging health care industry leaders in this ever-changing environment.”
LBMC is the largest CPA and financial services firm headquartered in Tennessee and the third largest CPA and business consulting firm in the southeastern United States. With offices in Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga, and over 430 employees firm-wide, LBMC serves more than 300 health care related organizations.
Nashville Health Care Council, Leadership Healthcare Council was founded in 2002 to cultivate the talent pool in Nashville’s premier health care industry cluster. With almost 650 members representing more than 270 companies, Leadership Healthcare Council is the foremost organization for emerging leaders in the field. With the assistance of its members, volunteers and supporting organizations, Leadership Healthcare Council has experienced tremendous momentum over the past decade.
Pictured accepting the award is Josh Brummett, Senior Manager – Valuation, Litigation and Business Transition Services and Jayme Parmakian, Senior Manager in Tax Services.