Commitment to Action

Leadership Corps

Commitment by

William H. Frist, International Health Services Foundation

In 2008, the International Health Services Foundation and Senator William H. Frist, M.D. committed to create the Leadership Corps, linking highly-competent U.S. healthcare executives with healthcare leaders in developing countries in a partnership-mentoring relationship. Through this relationship, the Leadership Corps hoped to improve the management and leadership skills, and abilities of these health care leaders, which would then positively impact healthcare processes and clinical outcomes.

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Commitment

Leadership Corps

Launched

2008

Est. Duration

6 Years

Estimated Total Value

$320,000

Region

Africa, Latin America & Caribbean

Countries

ETHIOPIA, HONDURAS, KENYA, Tanzania, UGANDA

Commitment by

William H. Frist, International Health Services Foundation

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

Tyler & Company, American Public Health Association, American College of Healthcare Executives