As president and CEO of Scripps Health, Chris Van Gorder leads one of the nation’s top health care systems. In his blog, “Front-line Leader,” he shares his philosophy on leadership and insights into the rapidly changing business of health care.
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I have a confession: I’ve been known to dance on the job. OK, this requires some explaining.
Three weeks after our response team headed to Nepal to help earthquake victims, we welcomed home our crew.
After spending the last two and a half weeks caring for earthquake victims in Nepal, members of the Scripps Health Medical Response Team are back in Kathmandu.
Nearly two weeks after five Scripps Health Medical Response Team members arrived in Nepal, they have begun their final missions.
Scripps Health Medical Response Team members who have been in Nepal providing aid for just over a week felt the 7.3 magnitude earthquake that hit May 12.
After one week on the ground in Nepal following a 7.8 earthquake, a medical response team from Scripps Health is helping to rebuild lives and villages.
The Scripps Medical Response Team is in Nepal helping victims of an earthquake. Scripps President and CEO Chris Van Gorder provides updates from the team.
How does Santa do it? I’m convinced he uses many of my front-line leader principles. Don’t believe me? Here are five examples.
When I arrived at Scripps, I vowed to turn around the organization in a way that created a secure environment for our people.