The Tennessean | March 10, 2015

Dr. Ian Crozier, who became the nation’s third Ebola patient, is coming to Nashville to speak at a Hope Through Healing Hands and Siloam Family Health Center fundraising event at 7:30 p.m. March 31 at Montgomery Bell Academy.

Sen. Bill Frist, the founder of HTHH, will lead a conversation with Crozier, emphasizing the globally connected world of today, especially in terms of health specifically for women and children.

“Through this event we will have an opportunity to raise financial support for a new generation of global health care heroes like Dr. Crozier, both at home and abroad,” Jenny Dyer, executive director for HTHH, said in a news release.

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