Memorial Hospital President & CEO Bradley S. Talbert, FACHE, has been elected to serve as a member of the Jacksonville Civic Council (JCC), a non-partisan group of 72 of the community’s most prominent leaders from the business, civic and nonprofit sectors.
“It is a true honor to be asked to join such a prestigious and respected group of community members who work collaboratively to make Jacksonville the best possible city,” said Talbert. “Much like Memorial Hospital, the JCC is a mission-driven organization committed to improving the lives of people in our community.”
The Jacksonville Civic Council was formed eight years ago and gives CEOs a unique voice in public policy advocacy. The Civic Council tackles various community issues, including timely topics that impact the healthcare sector. Talbert is one of several chief executives to serve as a JCC member to advocate for -- solutions that will result in positive change.
In addition to serving as a member of the Jacksonville Civic Council, Talbert serves on the Board of Directors for the ACHE North Florida Chapter, the Jax Chamber’s Board of Directors and as a member of the JAXUSA Partnership Policy Council and the American Heart Association’s 2018 First Coast Heart Walk Executive Team.