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Since: May 13

Phoenix, AZ

#1 Aug 28, 2013
Hello everyone, This thread is for discussions related to Terry Lambert. A few things I know about him include:-He figured in social groups in Walnut Ridge such as the Rotary Club and Chamber of Commerce BOD -He was named Business Associate of the Year by the Emporia Chapter of the American Business Women Association Feel free to share some interesting facts about him, guys. Thanks!

Since: Mar 13

Phoenix, AZ

#2 Aug 28, 2013
He's Walnut Ridge’s former hospital administrator. He now resides in Shreveport, LA with his wife to live close to his daughter, son-in-law, and two grand kids.
Pete

Phoenix, AZ

#3 Aug 28, 2013
tomseymor88 wrote:
Hello everyone, This thread is for discussions related to Terry Lambert. A few things I know about him include:-He figured in social groups in Walnut Ridge such as the Rotary Club and Chamber of Commerce BOD -He was named Business Associate of the Year by the Emporia Chapter of the American Business Women Association Feel free to share some interesting facts about him, guys. Thanks!
Thanks Tom! And if you guys want something to read about healthcare and related stuff, Terry Lambert has one blog I know of: http://terrylambert.blogspot.com/

Since: Apr 13

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#4 Aug 28, 2013
That Feb 7 blog is a timely idea to spread information about flu. The social media is vast platform to disseminate data, and as of this time, it is the best vehicle to educate people about certain health issues.

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#5 Aug 28, 2013
Many health advocates out there (including the likes of Terry Lambert, Dr. Oleg Bess, and Michael J. Fox) push for attention and research on medical issues to address the burgeoning number of undernourished individuals. Let's all support their causes.

Since: Mar 13

Phoenix, AZ

#7 Aug 28, 2013

Since: Apr 13

Phoenix, AZ

#8 Aug 28, 2013
jeffreymitchell01 wrote:
He's Walnut Ridge’s former hospital administrator. He now resides in Shreveport, LA with his wife to live close to his daughter, son-in-law, and two grand kids.
Oh, I know Terry Lambert. Aside from those you mentioned, Jeffrey, he was also named Business Associate of the Year by the Emporia Chapter of the American Business Women's Association in 1997. Cheers

Since: May 13

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#10 Aug 28, 2013
dorothypaige1st wrote:
Many health advocates out there (including the likes of Terry Lambert, Dr. Oleg Bess, and Michael J. Fox) push for attention and research on medical issues to address the burgeoning number of undernourished individuals. Let's all support their causes.
I don't personally know Terry Lambert but my mentor (his former colleague) told me that the man has a pretty good contribution to the healthcare system of Emporia.

Since: Mar 13

Phoenix, AZ

#11 Aug 28, 2013
dorothypaige1st wrote:
Many health advocates out there (including the likes of Terry Lambert, Dr. Oleg Bess, and Michael J. Fox) push for attention and research on medical issues to address the burgeoning number of undernourished individuals. Let's all support their causes.
The likes of Terry Lambert advocate for good healthcare system. Organizations such as WHO and Red Cross support health advocates to battle short life expectancy, poor sanitation, and horrible health conditions around the globe.

Since: Mar 13

Phoenix, AZ

#12 Aug 28, 2013
In the Pacific, there are thousands of people who do not have access to decent healthcare service. I wish charitable organizations (and rich individuals) worldwide come to these islands and help the people.

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#13 Aug 28, 2013
US healthcare system is taking its roots again. The likes of Terry Lambert can provide excellent service to keep the medical sector reliable.

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#14 Aug 28, 2013
More people should steward health security. There are millions of people worldwide who suffer because of the paucity in good healthcare services. I'm pretty sure Terry Lambert and his colleagues are finding solutions to address this issue.

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#15 Aug 28, 2013
dorothypaige1st wrote:
Many health advocates out there (including the likes of Terry Lambert, Dr. Oleg Bess, and Michael J. Fox) push for attention and research on medical issues to address the burgeoning number of undernourished individuals. Let's all support their causes.
Michael J. Fox has spent most of the last decade creating awareness about Parkinson's disease (which he was diagnosed with) and raising funds for research. In 2000, he established the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research, which has already donated over 159 million dollars to research for the disease.

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#16 Aug 28, 2013
scottmoore072 wrote:
In the Pacific, there are thousands of people who do not have access to decent healthcare service. I wish charitable organizations (and rich individuals) worldwide come to these islands and help the people.
I feel sad for those who cannot afford quality medical service. If I only have the resources and connections, I would go to these third world countries and make some contributions. Also, education is another important consideration.

Since: Apr 13

Phoenix, AZ

#17 Aug 28, 2013
foxesofronald50 wrote:
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I don't personally know Terry Lambert but my mentor (his former colleague) told me that the man has a pretty good contribution to the healthcare system of Emporia.
You might want to read this blog: http://terrylambert.livejournal.com/1295.html It tackles professional team management, in line with Terry Lambert's specialty.

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#18 Aug 28, 2013
In a related note, Forbes has released an article discussing the cost of medical care in the US. I believe America also needs help. But I must agree other poorer countries need it more. http://onforb.es/10m8GyJ

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#19 Aug 28, 2013
If health professionals around the world (Terry Lambert included) make a strong workforce/institution to battle malnutrition and other healthcare issues, many countries will truly prosper and live far above the poverty line. I think health is the most important factor to succeed, followed by education and honest governance.

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#20 Aug 28, 2013
curtisianwell99 wrote:
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I feel sad for those who cannot afford quality medical service. If I only have the resources and connections, I would go to these third world countries and make some contributions. Also, education is another important consideration.
I so agree. Especially in some parts of Saharan Africa, India, and SouthEast Asia, the medical sector should be the main priority of the government. But of course, there are some private hospitals in these countries that provide excellent service, such as those in the Philippines and Malaysia--one reason why medical tourism is quite popular in these territories.

Since: Apr 13

Phoenix, AZ

#21 Aug 28, 2013
Hello guys. Glad I stumbled upon this thread. I know Terry Lambert; his name appeared time and again in the local paper, “The Times Dispatch.” Also, he has active online accounts. He often blogs about healthcare and stuff.

Since: Apr 13

Phoenix, AZ

#22 Aug 28, 2013
scottmoore072 wrote:
In the Pacific, there are thousands of people who do not have access to decent healthcare service. I wish charitable organizations (and rich individuals) worldwide come to these islands and help the people.
The same problem is being experienced by the Senagelese people, although heathcare issues in the country may actually be worse. Health experts like Terry Lambert himself may notice that Senegal is one of the world's medically deprived countries in terms of child mortality, maternal death, malaria, and sexual diseases including HIV/AIDS. There is a substantial disparity in both the quality and extent of health services between urban and rural areas.

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