The next EDC Business Forum is scheduled for Thursday, May 21, from 11:30 a.m., to 1:00 p.m., at the North Central University – Trask Worship Center, Small Chapel, 812 E 14th St. Minneapolis, 55404. Guest parking is available on the street, NCU parking ramps, parking lot A (beside the building), or any other available NCU parking lot on campus. There is no address on this building, but the door to our meeting is just under the skyway that says “North Central University” and the building has on the top large letters that say “Trask Worship Center.”
The title of this month’s event is, “The HCMC Clinic from Vision to Reality.” The cost to attend the forum is just $20. Attendees can pay by cash or check at the door. Please RSVP for the event by sending an email to [email protected] by no later than noon on Monday, May 18.
Hennepin County Medical Center is redefining healthcare in downtown Minneapolis. The most visible sign will be a new, six-story, 367,000 square foot clinic and same day surgery center to be built directly across the street from the HCMC Emergency Department.
Dr. Jon L. Pryor will share the latest plans for the building and changes happening across the HCMC healthcare system.
1. Welcome and Introductions, Paul Mellblom, President, Dan Collison, Executive Director EDC (10 Minutes)
2. Stadium Construction Update, Tom Schmall, Mortenson Construction (5 Minutes)
3. Feature Presentation with Dr. Jon Pryor, CEO of Hennepin County Medical Center (30 Minutes)
4. Q & A Moderated by Dan Collison (10 Minutes)
5. Preview of the June EDC Forum (5 Minutes)
Jon Pryor, MD, MBA, CEO of Hennepin Healthcare System, Inc. Dr. Pryor joined Hennepin Healthcare System as CEO in April, 2013. Before returning to the Twin Cities last year, he was CEO of the Medical College of Physicians, the Medical College of Wisconsin’s clinical practice group of physicians, advanced practice providers and other staff. A urologic surgeon by training, Dr. Pryor was Chair of the Department of Urologic Surgery at the University of Minnesota from 2001-2006. He has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and was awarded a Bush Medical Fellowship in 2005. His education and training include a medical degree from the University of Minnesota School of Medicine, an American Foundation of Urologic Disease Fellowship at the University of Minnesota, an MS in surgery from the University of Virginia, a BA in Physics from Carleton College, and two years of residency in the Hennepin County Medical Center Surgery Residency program. Dr Pryor has been widely published in peer-reviewed journals in the area of men’s health and urologic disorders.