On August 19-21, our committee chairs and Board liaisons met at the Mansion on Forsyth Park in Savannah, GA to develop the future vision for the Association. During the activity-filled session, participants worked together as a group, as well as in smaller, function-based teams, to ensure that every constituency is represented, and that we are all heading in the right direction for future growth and success.
The retreat also included visits from some of Georgia’s key leaders, including U.S. Congressman Buddy Carter (R-1), House Majority Leader Jon Burns (R-Newington), Senate Appropriations Chairman Jack Hill (R-4), Representative Ron Stephens (R-Savannah), Representative Bill Hitchens (R-161), and Representative Jesse Petrea (R-Savannah). We were so appreciative of their time and it was a great opportunity for us all to exchange information and ideas on how to improve the health care environment in Georgia.
Tony Marshall, GHCA’s newly named president and CEO, also attended and took an active role in helping define the organization’s strategy, all-the-while getting to know a variety of Association members and state legislators.
“This group was truly focused and dedicated to helping shape the future of Georgia’s skilled nursing, Assisted Living facilities and SOURCE agencies throughout the state, ” said Norma Jean Morgan, GHCA Chair of the Board. “The strategic plan developed by the Board sets a strong foundation […]