HonorHealth CEO addresses Rotary Club of Scottsdale

Todd LaPorte, CEO of HonorHealth was the keynote speaker at the Rotary Club of Scottsdale luncheon meeting held April 1.

Rotary Club of Scottsdale

Honor Health CEO Todd LaPorte addresses Rotary Club of Scottsdale members and guests at luncheon meeting held at Scottsdale McCormick Ranch Golf Club. (Submitted photo)

During his introduction, Rotarian Tony Martino noted that Mr. LaPorte has more than 30 years of diverse healthcare experience. Mr. LaPorte leads an integrated health system with 3,400 expert physicians, 11,600 dedicated employees, and more than 3,000 caring volunteers working in partnership within five acute-care hospitals along with extensive outpatient services and community services.

In April 2001, Mr. LaPorte became the 10th CEO in more than 150 years of HonorHealth history.

During his talk, Mr. LaPorte highlighted the following topics about HonorHealth: varied outreach programs; innovative care partners; new capital investments, i.e. the Behavioral Health facility and partnership; neuroscience advances; academic residency programs; clinician resources; community programs, i.e. military partnerships; and more.

Rotarians and guests asked questions about healthcare costs, the new behavioral health facility, new technologies (i.e. cleaning robots and electronic care giving) and philanthropy support of innovation.

As part of the club’s business meeting, visiting Rotarian T. Natarajan of India’s Rotary Club of Chennai Neithal and Club Vice President Don Loose exchanged club banners.

The Rotary Club of Scottsdale has scheduled its 2019 Scottsdale high school senior’s scholarship interview night for April 24 at Chaparral High School.  Over that past five years, the club has awarded $320,000 in high school senior scholarships.

For more information about the Rotary Club of Scottsdale speakers, projects, programs and meeting dates and locations – see scottsdalerotary.org.  Visitors to club meetings are always welcome. Call 480-945-6158.

Rotary Club of Scottsdale

Visiting Rotarian T. Natarajan of India’s Rotary Club of Chennai Neithal and Club Vice President Don Loose exchange club banners. (Submitted photo)

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