Former State Health Commissioner to Make Political Announcement

Former State Health Commissioner to Make Political Announcement

Indianapolis, IND – Former Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Woody Myers will make an announcement about his future on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. in front of the former Wishard Hospital Emergency Room where he used to see patients and teach critical care and emergency medicine.

The Indianapolis native was the youngest state health commissioner in Indiana history and served under both Governors Evan Bayh and Robert D. Orr.

Myers is a nationally-recognized leader in the development of medical quality initiatives and advanced health care management programs.  He is currently the owner of Myers Ventures LLC and consults for a variety of hospitals, health care companies and provider organizations. 

Dr. Myers is scheduled to be introduced at the event by former Indiana Congressman Baron Hill.

Who: Former State Health Commissioner Dr. Woody Myers and former Indiana Congressman Baron Hill (D-9th)

What: Former State Health Commissioner Dr. Woody Myers makes a political announcement about his future.

Where:  Former Wishard Hospital Emergency Room, 1165 Wishard Blvd, Indianapolis, 46202 (Media trucks may park on site; others should park in the Lockefield Garage at 826 University Blvd, Indianapolis, IN 46202. (See map below.)

When: Wednesday, July 10, 2019, 11:30 a.m. EDT

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