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Health Connect Partners Hosts Hospital O.R. & Surgery Center Conference
Date:11/9/2009

LEBANON, Tenn., Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Health Connect Partners, Inc., (www.hlthcp.com) today announced it will host their inaugural Hospital O.R. and Surgery Center Conference on October 13-15, 2010 at the Marriott Renaissance Hotel in Nashville, Tenn.

Health Connect Partners is expecting more than 100 hospital operating room directors and managers from some of the largest hospitals and health systems in the country. Some of the confirmed providers include HCA, Bon Secours Charity Health System, University of Pittsburg Medical Center, Baylor Health Care System, Adventist Glen Oaks Hospital, Catholic Healthcare West, BJC Healthcare, Intermountain Healthcare, Wellstar Cobb Hospital, Lifepoint Hospitals, Inc., and Sisters of Mercy. A full list of confirmed attendees can be found at www.hlthcp.com.

In addition to educational sessions led by healthcare industry experts, the Conference will offer a unique reverse expo format. Conference attendees who register by November 30, 2009 will take advantage of the special pricing of $1,495.00 per person.

"This conference maximizes the face-to-face networking time vendors will have with our impressive list of operating room and surgery center executives," said Nelson Hendry, President of Health Connect Partners, Inc. "For more than two days our vendors will have the opportunity to share meals, attend networking receptions, and attend educational sessions with the hospital executives as well as participate in a reverse expo. We are pleased to add this conference to our schedule and are excited to create another valuable networking event for vendors and hospital executives across the country."

In 2010, Health Connect Partners will also host a Spring Hospital Pharmacy Conference on April 12-14 and a Spring Radiology and Imaging Conference on April 15-17 at the Marriott San Diego Hotel and Ma
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