Dear Healthcare Partners,
It is with great pride and pleasure that I post this message regarding The National Guldmann Advisory Board (NGAB).
The NGAB, serves to provide accomplished experts, within the realm of SPHM, a platform for expanding one’s professional network and overall knowledge base.
Launched in September 2017, this highly coveted and successful annual event will be holding its third 2-day meeting in the foothills of the legendary Rocky Mountains.
On behalf of Guldmann, Inc., I look forward to welcoming our members in Colorado, on September 29th, 2019.
George Dassios M.B.A
Executive V.P. Sales & Commercial Development, U.S.A
The National Guldmann Advisory Board (NGAB) is a select group of healthcare safety experts, thought leaders and industry champions who come together to:
- Share perspective and expertise on healthcare safety and industry trends
- Provide professional insight into issues and ideas raised by Guldmann Inc. and peer NGAB members
- Inform and support initiatives and a strategic direction that lead to quality enhancements for mobility-impaired populations
- Explore and encourage best practices and new business opportunities for improving Safe Patient Handling and Mobility (SPHM)
NGAB serves to preserve and enhance the Guldmann legacy of introducing technology that is well ahead of the curve and all industry standards. NGAB also provides a platform for networking and offers opportunities to increase member knowledge and advance professional development.
Enhance Guldmann Inc. positioning as a distinguished and premier provider in the Safe Patient Handling Mobility space known for delivering innovative healthcare facility solutions that free caregivers to devote the most possible "Time to Care".
Time to Care Retreat Highlights
- Interactive conversations for leading the way to powerful cultural change
- Sharing best practices regarding latest healthcare trends and Safe Patient Handling and Mobility (SPHM)
- SPHM management strategies for an evolving cultural environment
- Professional and personal development opportunities
- Invaluable industry networking
- Post-retreat documentation for bringing our work together to your facility and your team
Aaron R. Ross, Ergonomics Specialist at Partners Healthcare.
Bill Farrell, Director of System Safety at Norton Healthcare in Louisville Kentucky.
Cathy Gambacorta, Medical Equipment Planning at Mitchell Planning.
Claire Carmondy, Certified Oncology Nurse at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.
Curtis Chow, Nurse Practitioner and Physician Assistant Practicing Occupational Health at Mercy Medical Center, Redding.
David Gladden, Injury Prevention and Employee Safety with Sutter Health.
Devon Kelley, Injury Prevention Specialist and Project Manager at OSF Healthcare Saint Francis Medical Center.
Jean Romano, Chief Nursing Officer at Good Shepherd Penn Partners in Philadelphia.
Joseph Colucci, Manager of the Department of Ergonomics for Atlantic Health System.
Karen Bitzer, Rehab Manager at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center.
Kate Klein, Acute Care Nurse Practitioner in the Neurological Intensive Care Unit at Novant Presbyterian Medical Center.
Leslie Pickett, Manager for Employee Safety, Beta Healthcare Group.
Lisa Webb, Safe Patient Handling Coordinator at the Mayo Clinic Health System.
Manon Labreche, Injury Prevention and Lift Team Manager at Tampa General Hospital.
Nelson Reyes, Manager of Guest Services and Patient Care Movement at White Memorial Medical Center.
Patty Kelly, Employee Safety Consultant at Sutter Health A Not-For-Profit Health System in Northern California.
Rachel Demunda, Director of Safety, Sustainability and Emergency Management at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
Roric Hawkins, President and Founder of the RP Hawkins Group.
Selina Lavache, Clinical Nurse Manager of the Spinal Cord Injury Unit and the 77 West Amenities Med/Surg/Tele Unit at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.
Tapan Kikani, VP of Innovation and Rehab Services across Holy Redeemer Health System.
Theresa Ming, Occupational Safety Specialist at Baylor Scott & White.
Tom Adams, Mechanical and Biomedical Engineer with the Cleveland Clinic Health System.
Tricia Jaworski, System Safe Patient Handling Coordinator at Aurora Healthcare in Wisconsin.
Vicky Locey, Chief Nursing Officer at the Santa Rosa Medical Center.
Wes Swinford, System Safety at Baylor Scott & White Health Facilities located throughout Texas.
Wesley York, Clinical Specialist in NYU Langone Health's Safe Patient Handling and Mobility Department.