On Friday, November 20, President Bill Clinton will provide keynote remarks during the Northeast Florida Blueprint for Action progress update of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative (CHMI), an initiative of the Clinton Foundation.

In January 2013, CHMI, the PGA TOUR and THE PLAYERS Championship partnered to establish a community transformation region in the five county area of Northeast Florida. Since then, CHMI has been working diligently with community stakeholders and national partners to implement the “Bold Actions” Northeast Floridians co-created in the Blueprint for Action.

CHMI believes that it is imperative to start at a local level when working to transform the health landscape in the United States. In CHMI’s six focus communities – Coachella Valley, Central Arkansas, Northeast Florida, Greater Houston, Adams County, Mississippi, and Knox County, Illinois – CHMI brings together local stakeholders from across sectors, sets local priorities, and creates a five-year plan to improve health indicators unique to each community. By working with strategic partners at the local level, CHMI will affect the lives of 8 million Americans with their goal of reducing health disparities and creating safer, healthier communities for generations to come.

WHAT:
Clinton Health Matters Initiative’s Northeast Florida Blueprint for Action Progress Update

WHO:
President Bill Clinton – Founder, Clinton Foundation and 42nd President of the United States
Tim Finchem – Commissioner, PGA TOUR
Rain Henderson – CEO, Clinton Health Matters Initiative

WHEN:
Friday, November 20, 2015
Program: 1:45 PM – 3:15 PM ET, Preset: 1:15 PM ET

WHERE:
TPC Sawgrass Clubhouse
110 Championship Way
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082

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