Derrick Jones, CEO of Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital in Albuquerque, N.M., will serve as 2019 chair of the AHA's Section for Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation. New council members for 2019 include: Janice Hill, CEO/administrator of Baptist Memorial Restorative Care Hospital in Memphis, Tenn.; Michelle Lozano, CEO of LifeCare Hospitals of San Antonio; Nicholas Mendez, CEO of PAM Specialty Hospital of Hammond, La.; Diane Miller, executive director/administrator of Peterson Healthcare and Rehabilitation Hospital in Wheeling, W.Va.; Cynthia Newsom, CEO of Vibra Hospital of Boise, Idaho; and Carol Quiring, president and CEO of Home and Hospice at Saint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City, Mo. The section represents the AHA's long-term care and rehabilitation members by participating in the AHA's advocacy, policy and resource development, with a particular focus on strategic opportunities. For more on the constituency section and its leadership, including a complete list of council members, visit www.aha.org.

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