Charlotte Ipsan, chief administrative officer of Norton Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Louisville, KY, will serve as 2018 chair of the AHA’s Section for Maternal and Child Health Council. Sarah Kirby, chief operating officer of Palmetto Health Baptist Parkridge in Columbia, SC, is chair-elect and will become chair in 2019. The council works with the AHA on public policy issues concerning women’s and children’s health, hospitals serving that patient population and AHA member service strategies. For more on the constituency section and 18-member council, see the AHA news release.

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