Mayor David Briley has appointed Frost Brown Todd (FBT) attorney Alex Fisher to the Nashville Hospital Authority, which governs the city’s teaching and safety net hospital, Nashville General Hospital. The Nashville Metropolitan Council confirmed the appointment of Fisher on July 3.
Fisher focuses her legal practice on representing health care providers before regulatory boards, including the Board of Medical Examiners and the Board of Nursing. Additionally, Fisher provides regulatory and compliance advice to the health care clients of FBT and lobbies the Tennessee General Assembly through CivicPoint, FBT’s government relations subsidiary.
She serves on the faculty of the Vanderbilt Center for Professional Health, where she teaches continuing medical education (CME) courses regarding state regulatory boards for physicians and nurse practitioners.
Fisher earned her J.D. at Vanderbilt University Law School in 2012 and is a graduate of Union University in Jackson. She fills the unexpired term of Henry Allen, who resigned from the board in May. Her term runs through September 9, 2021.
FBT’s Nashville team of attorneys and legal staff has a wide range of knowledge and skills and is led by Member-in-Charge Mekesha Montgomery. The group has extensive industry experience representing clients in the automotive, manufacturing, blockchain and digital currency, health care, government relations, technology, and international sectors.
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