Stacey Meadows, Esq., Named Vice President, General Counsel for Hospital
Stacey Meadows, Esq., was named Vice President and General Counsel for Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (TJUH), Philadelphia. The announcement was made by Thomas J. Lewis, President and CEO, TJUH. Meadows has been at Thomas Jefferson University since 1988, serving most recently as Associate Counsel.
Stacey has done an outstanding job in the Office of University Counsel, said Lewis. I look forward to continuing to work with her in her new role as she coordinates all legal services for Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
Before coming to Jefferson, Meadows served as Chief Assistant City Solicitor for the City of Philadelphia Law Department where she acted as counsel to the Department of Health and the Department of Human Services. In this position, she handled all Health Department contracts and supervised attorneys for health, mental health, dependency and federal civil rights litigation.
Ms. Meadows maintains membership in national and local professional societies including the American, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Bar Associations and the American Health Lawyers Association.
Ms. Meadows has published several articles and lectured extensively on health-care topics for hospitals, academic centers and professional societies.
Estelle Richman Speaks at Jefferson February 3
The event is sponsored by JeffHOPE, the student-run organization that provides health services and advocacy for homeless people.
JeffHOPE student leaders invited Ms. Richman to Jefferson to provide insights about the role of public health, including career possibilities, says Edward Haas, JMC 01, JeffHOPE educational coordinator.
The Jefferson Medical College faculty adviser to JeffHOPE is James D. Plumb, MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Family Medicine, and Associate Vice President, Community Service and Public Health, Jefferson Health System.
Swing Into Spring With The 1999 Jefferson Ball in April; One of
Jeffersons Year-long Anniversary Celebration Events
Come to 2nd Annual JeffHOPE Charity Ball February 26
Celebrate Chinese New Year
Stop by the Atrium on Tuesday, February 16, at 11:45 a.m, for a Tai Chi demonstration. And, from noon to 2 p.m., you can also have your name written in Chinese characters.
On Wednesday, February 17, at 11:45 a.m., in the Atrium, the children of Holy Redeemer Catholic School will perform Traditional Chinese Dances.
Jefferson Training Center Spring Semester Starts Soon
To find out more about program content, dates and times, consult a copy of the Training and Development Resource Guide. The Guide has been mailed to all managers and key personnel. Copies can be obtained at the HRDES office, 2160 Gibbon, or by calling 503-8700. The Guide is also available on-line at www.tju.edu/tju/training/jtc/
CHPs Department of Dental Hygiene Closes
In making the announcement, CHP Dean Lawrence Abrams, EdD, noted that Jane L. Forrest, RDH, EdD, Department Chairman and Principal Investigator on the federal grants, will continue projects initiated at Jefferson, including the National Center for Dental Hygiene Research and the DHNet Web site, from her new position as Professor and Chair of the Department of Dental Hygiene at the University of Southern California.
SOLOS Strikes a Perfect Tune With Singles
Now, thanks to her creativity and organizational leadership, Jeffersonians can benefit from SOLOS Single Orchestra Lovers which Ms. Peterson-Schlesinger created and organized in conjunction with the Orchestra to combine a social and cultural evening for single people of like interests.
In only its second year, SOLOS attracts from 75 to 100 singles to each of its Tuesday evening events of cocktails, dinner and premium seating at a Philadelphia Orchestra concert for a total price of $75.
People come from all over the Delaware Valley from Skippack to Atlantic City and even from as far as Baltimore, she says.
Already SOLOS has yielded one wedding a couple who met at the groups first meeting in October 1997 and were married last October. Several other people who met through SOLOS are dating, while many others have found mutual friends who enjoy like interests, the SOLOS founder says.
Three SOLOS Tuesday evening events remain for 1999 - February 2, March 9 and May 4. For more information about SOLOS, call 215-893-1956.