Supplemental Health Care's Board Member Inducted Into Modern Healthcare's Health Care Hall of Fame

Fred L. Brown's 50-Year Career and Significant Industry Contribution Honored

Park City, Utah – March 24, 2014 – Last night, Supplemental Health Care’s renowned board member, Fred Brown, was inducted into the Health Care Hall of Fame by Modern Healthcare, a national healthcare business publication.  

The gala, which took place at the Hyatt Regency Chicago, was an event presented in conjunction with the American College of Healthcare Executives’ 2014 Congress on Healthcare Leadership. Brown’s induction makes him only the 96th healthcare industry leader to be recognized since the inception of the Hall of Fame in 1988.

"It is an honor to work with Fred on our Board of Directors. He has been a guiding force to Supplemental Health Care in this ever-changing healthcare landscape – most recently helping the company bring our workforce solutions to the forefront," said Janet Elkin, President and CEO of Supplemental Health Care. "We're thrilled that Fred has been chosen as an inductee to the Health Care Hall of Fame. His distinguished career of nearly 50 years has been marked by his unwavering moral compass, which helps guide every interaction with our valued clients and clinicians."

While serving as a Supplemental Health Care Board member, Brown was the driving force in the company’s decision to become Joint Commission certified. He was also instrumental in launching the company’s new Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) division, one of the fastest growing hiring strategies in the healthcare industry. Brown continues to advise the Supplemental Health Care executive team on pivotal decisions that help position the company for long-term success and sustainability.

Modern Healthcare notes, “Brown's career includes two decades of leadership at hospitals and health organizations in the St. Louis area. He helped conceive, develop and advance the concept of integrated healthcare delivery.” Brown, 73, is also active in healthcare organizations regionally and nationally, including previous stints as chairman of the American Hospital Association and the Joint Commission.

Supplemental Health Care provides its clients better access to physicians, physician assistants, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, and other clinical and non-clinical positions.  Through its portfolio of business solutions such Recruitment Process Outsourcing, Managed Service Provider, and Contingent Staffing, among others, the company develops custom workforce strategies that support a variety of medical organizations including hospitals, outpatient and rehab facilities, adult day centers, government facilities, schools and home health.  

About Supplemental Health Care:

Since its inception in 1984, Supplemental Health Care has served as a comprehensive workforce solutions provider that delivers customized strategies to address staffing challenges faced by healthcare organizations nationwide. Leveraging a selection of  business solutions such as Recruitment Process Outsourcing, Managed Services, PRN Pool Management and Contingent Staffing, Supplemental Health Care utilizes its deep staffing expertise to deliver wide ranging and creative workforce strategies that afford organizations better access to skilled clinical and non-clinical healthcare professionals.

Headquartered in Park City, Utah, Supplemental Health Care’s maintains an extensive local office network of more than 58 offices in major U.S. markets and four fully-integrated national divisions: Travel Nursing, Travel Therapy, Supplemental Physicians and Advanced Practice.  Visit www.SupplementalHealthCare.com to learn more.

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