On Tuesday, August 15, 2017, The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce will hold the annual Health and Business luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The luncheon will be held at the Bloomington Country Club, located at 3000 South Rogers Street.
The program will be highlighted by an update on the new Indiana University Health medical campus. Matt Bailey, President of IU Health South Central Region, and Michael Melby, Director of Innovation and Activation for IU Health Bloomington Hospital, will offer insights on the Regional Academic Health Center.
There will also be a discussion on the opiate crisis in our area, let by Robert T. Adams DO, FACEP FACOEP. After the two presentations there will be a question-and-answer period, moderated by Chris Schrader of Schrader and Associates.
“This year’s Health and Business luncheon will be one of our most-informative,” said Anne Bono, Interim President and CEO of The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce. “Our business community is eager to learn about the new IU Health medical campus and what opportunities it will provide for community members and organizations. And the discussion on addiction is certainly timely and important to everyone in our area.”
Sponsors for the Health and Business Luncheon include Wilhelm Construction, Cook Group, IU Health, Garden Villa, Nature’s Way and Premier Health Care. Additional sponsorship opportunities are still available.
To reserve your seat for the Health and Business luncheon, please contact The Chamber at 812.336.6381 or visit The Chamber’s website at www.ChamberBloomington.org. Tickets are $28 for Chamber members and $35 for general admission. Sponsored tables with eight seats are available for $450. Doors open at 11:00 a.m.
About the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit membership organization serving as our community’s leading advocate for business. We offer unique leadership opportunities, meaningful volunteer activities, and exclusive business-building programs focused on critical economic, civic, and social priorities. Chamber members support each other and community initiatives, sharing information and resources to help create economic opportunity and community well-being. At the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce, we believe that better business leads to a better community.