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New Healthcare Professional Interest Section members are noted by (H-PIS).

ORGANIZATIONAL

CALIFORNIA -- Health Services Agency-County of Santa Cruz

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA -- Unity Healthcare

FLORIDA -- Armor Correctional Health Services

INDIANA -- Indiana Department of Corrections

PENNSYLVANIA -- Civigenics-Penn Pavilion

SUPPORTING PATRON

MASSACHUSETTS -- VFA Inc.

PENNSYLVANIA -- KeyTrak

TENNESSEE -- Johnson Controls Inc.

EXECUTIVE GOLD

ARIZONA -- Kurt Slobodzian

COLORADO -- Greg Skarvelis

DELAWARE -- Steven Wesley

FLORIDA -- Angela Lawrence

KANSAS -- Tammi Mcilvain

KENTUCKY -- M. Martha Slemp

MICHIGAN -- Andrew J. Jackson

MISSISSIPPI -- Tony Mulligan

TEXAS -- Jerry Heftler, Ricky McIntosh

PROFESSIONAL II

CALIFORNIA -- Jeffrey Buck

DELAWARE -- Carl C. Danberg

IOWA -- Daniel Breja

NEW HAMPSHIRE -- Douglas Beaton

NEW YORK -- Aykroyd Lake

OHIO -- Dave Umfreville, Scott Wright

PENNSYLVANIA -- Julia A. Campbell

VIRGINIA -- Anthony Arrington

WASHINGTON -- Denis L. Leverich

PROFESSIONAL I

ALABAMA -- Gloria Boyd (H-PIS), Laura Ferrell (H-PIS), Cameron MacGuire, Sylvester Shaw Sr.

ARIZONA -- Donna Deines, Mario Diaz, Tara Diaz, Laura Dillingham, Jan Doisher, Peggy Eggemeyer, Leanne Jones, John Kaelberer Jr., Tammy Kastre (H-PIS), Roger Lambert, Bonnie Leslie, Judy Lorch, Jenifer McGlone, Evangelina Nunez, Miguel Rodriguez, David Weber

ARKANSAS -- John Byus (H-PIS), Anne Geddings

CALIFORNIA -- Bob Blanks, Kathleen Braman (H-PIS), Kevin Hanson, Peter Hish, Jeff Nelson, Brian Palmer, Tim Quackenbush, Tino Quintero, Rick Ross, Jeff Tabor

COLORADO -- Billy Carlisle (H-PIS), Paula Clarkmartin, Michael J. Dooley, Nicole Gettman, Mary Kanan, Launa Kowelcyk, Elaine Meyer (H-PIS), Preston Nelson, Phillip E. Soderborg, Matthew Sparks, William Thomas

CONNECTICUT -- Robert Gray, Diana Lepper, Melvin I. Wells Jr.

DELAWARE -- Cynthia Denemark (H-PIS), John Langiu, Rick Shaw, Christopher Stetzar, James Welch (H-PIS)

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA -- Sherry Carroll (H-PIS), Almo Carter, Jennifer Haymes, Vincent Keane (H-PIS), Henry Lesansky, David Loy, Ron McCuan (H-PIS), Angela Mtungwa, William J. Sabol, Abbey Schneider, Kerry L. Stratton

FLORIDA -- Doris Affenito (H-PIS), Ryan Allen, Kristin Bacon, Philp Baglio, Mary Barbee (H-PIS), Jean Barthelemy (H-PIS), Larry Beeman (H-PIS), Donald Blake, Tom Boyer, Robert K. Bradley (H-PIS), Ermely Brave (H-PIS), Shari Britton, Fay Brown (H-PIS), Patrick Brown (H-PIS), John Burke (H-PIS), Paula Burns (H-PIS), Rosemary Butler (H-PIS), Blanca Campos De Rubio (H-PIS), Natividad Canales (H-PIS), Melva Cancel, Randy Chubb, John Cogburn, Melissa M. Coker (H-PIS), Shawn Collins, Houdly M. Coulton (H-PIS), Viviane Daniel (H-PIS), Susan J. Dean (H-PIS), Carola I. Deen (H-PIS), Kristine DeKany (H-PIS), Fernando Del Dago, Wanda Deluigi (H-PIS), Kevin DeRosa, Jennifer Dudley (H-PIS), Rose-Marie Duval (H-PIS), Cecelia R. Ellis (H-PIS), Michael Epperson, Sonya Fernandez, Yvonne Fraddosio (H-PIS), Mirlande Franklin (H-PIS), Radames Galarza, Tamara Gappen, Bill Gately, Karen Gold, Alicia Graham, Jean Grenier (H-PIS), M. Gunzenhauser, Nilmarie Guzman (H-PIS), Herb Hall (H-PIS), Keith Harmon, Georgia Hart, Dennis Hartsfield, Sheila Haywood, Dalia Hernandez Gibson (H-PIS), Jane Jenkins (H-PIS), Sharon Jock, Toni Johns (H-PIS), John Johnson, Scott Kennedy (H-PIS), Abdul Khan (H-PIS), Michelle Kimutis (H-PIS), Steve Lester, Ted Lucas, Larry Maroto, Precious Marshall, Tammy M. Martin, Sharon McKinnie (H-PIS), Daisy Mendoza (H-PIS), Ellen Murray, Evandie Nau (H-PIS), William G. Newton (H-PIS), Susan D. Newton (H-PIS), Carolyn Nowak (H-PIS), Olugbenga A. …

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