The Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation in downtown Tampa is partnering with the Gunster law firm to host a healthcare symposium looking at expanding health care in Florida.
The October 13 event will run from 1 p.m. until 5:45 p,m. with a cocktail reception afterward.
Healthcare executives will form panels to discuss various components of the current healthcare climate in Florida.
Those include former U.S. Rep. Jason Altmire, who is the senior vice president of public policy and community engagement for Florida Blue, Florida Association of Community Health Centers’ CEO Andrew Behrman, Broward Health’s Dr. Nabil El Sanadi, Brian Graves, the assistant dean of the Master’s program at the USF College of Nursing, Joe Johnson, head of Florida Hospital Carrollwood and South Florida Pediatric Homecare head Barbara Sharief.
Florida state Sen. Joe Negron will provide a legislative update. Florida Surgeon General Dr. John Armstrong will deliver the keynote address.
Bruce Lamb and Derek Bruce from Gunster will serve as moderators during panel sessions along with former U.S. Sen. George LeMieux.
CAMLS is one of the latest additions to downtown Tampa’s growing emphasis on the healthcare industry. It offers continued medical training for doctors and students from across the globe by utilizing the latest in medical technologies.