USA Today is bringing “One Nation” to Reno Feb. 11. Local and regional panelists, including Renown President and CEO Dr. Tony Slonim, will share info and give viewpoints on issues that affect healthcare today.
Healthcare is a perennial hot topic among Reno’s residents, including people in the millennial generation who have specific needs and opinions about their own health. Of specific interest to this generation (and all generations, really): how we can work together to build a healthy overall community.
Renown is sponsoring an event this month that will help address these topics with younger members of our community. “One Nation: Healthcare,” organized by USA Today and the Reno Gazette-Journal, is an evening of conversation and entertainment from 6-9:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 11, at Cargo Concert Hall in the Whitney Peak Hotel in downtown Reno.
In Focus: Millennials and Healthcare
Dr. Tony Slonim, President and CEO, will be one of the panelists of “One Nation: Healthcare,” along with other local and national health experts. Topics that resonate to millennials this election year will be discussed, including the Affordable Care Act, preventative care, alternative medicine, medicinal marijuana and more. There will also be music and a voter registration drive.