Vicky Gregg Appointed To Erlanger Board Of Directors

Friday, November 22, 2019

Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger announces the appointment of Vicky Gregg to the Erlanger Board of Directors.

Ms. Gregg brings knowledge and experience to the board based on her time at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Tennessee as its chief executive officer for nine years and prior to that at Humana in three different states.

County Mayor Coppinger said, "We believe Vicky is a strong addition to the Erlanger Board and will help meet the challenges facing Erlanger and health care in this region at the county’s public hospital. We are delighted that Vicky has chosen to give her time and knowledge to this unpaid volunteer position to help make this community healthier.”

Ms. Gregg will assume her Erlanger Board responsibilities immediately.


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