Former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning sang a duet with country singer Thomas Rhett at a gala to raise money for the Peyton Manning Children's Hospital in St. Vincent, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Alaska, Indiana, and New York.
- Alaska: Providence Alaska Medical Center (PAMC) has named Ella Goss as CEO. Goss has worked with PAMC since 1997, starting her career as a staff nurse. During her tenure at PAMC Goss has taken on various roles, including clinical manager of emergency services and director of the Providence Cancer Center. She succeeds Richard Mandsager, who is retiring (Vaidya, Becker's Hospital Review, 3/9).
- Indiana: Former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning sang a duet with country singer Thomas Rhett at the "Celebration of Caring Gala." Manning and his wife Ashley were co-hosts of the gala, which raised money for the Peyton Manning Children's Hospital in St. Vincent (Lindquist, Indianapolis Star, 3/11).
- New York: Bruno Tison, a Michelin star-winning chef and former executive chef of the Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa has been working with Northwell Health since October 2017 in an effort to transform hospital food into healthy, restaurant-quality meals. Discussing his decision to work with the hospital system, Tison said, "I always think of cooking for someone as the greatest act of care and love. … I decided at this point in my career that I wanted to cook for people who are sick" (Crain's New York/Modern Healthcare, 3/10).
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