Dr. Renee Coffman of Roseman University of Health Sciences to speak
HENDERSON, Nev. – “Helping to Build the Future of Medicine in Southern Nevada” will be the topic of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce’s November network breakfast, which will take place from 7 to 9 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18, at the Terrace Banquet Halls, 1361 W. Warm Springs Road.
Expanding medical education has emerged as a solution to help diversify Southern Nevada’s economy and respond to the growing need for health care professionals. During the event, Dr. Renee Coffman, president and co-founder of Henderson-based Roseman University of Health Sciences, will share information about the nonprofit university’s new College of Medicine and how it will help shape the future of health care in Southern Nevada.
The event is sponsored by Storage West.
The last day to RSVP for the breakfast is Friday, Nov. 14. Cancellations are required by the RSVP deadline to receive a refund. RSVP online at hendersonchamber.com.
Cost for the breakfast is $25 for members and $45 for non-members. An additional $10 will be charged for walk-ins.
The Henderson Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit, professional organization committed to promoting and supporting member businesses.
For more information regarding the breakfast, call the Henderson Chamber of Commerce at 702-565-8951 or visit hendersonchamber.com.