Two Cone Health Employees Named to Top Leaders List
Chris Brown and Joe Meador named to the Business Journal’s 40 Leaders Under Forty list.
Chris Brown and Joe Meador are two of the Triad’s best leaders. The young executives were recognized for their “…accomplishments and contributions to the Piedmont Triad,” according to The Business Journal.
They made the publication’s “40 Leaders under Forty” list.
“What a great honor for these two up-and-coming leaders,” says Cone Health Executive Vice President, People & Corporate Services Noel Burt. “Chris and Joe live the Cone Health Value of Caring for their Communities. They are indicative of the caliber of individuals who care for our patients and support the communities they live and work in.”
Brown serves on the Carolina Theatre board.
He is also a member of the Development Committee of Preservation Greensboro.
Brown is an executive director in Cone Health Medical Group (CHMG). CHMG consists of more than 100 physician offices and clinics owned by Cone Health. He is responsible for palliative care, geriatrics and Triad Hospitalists. The 70-plus physicians in Triad Hospitalists care for patients at Annie Penn Hospital (Reidsville), The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, Randolph Health (Asheboro) and Wesley Long Hospital.
Meador is a member of Bugles Across America. He plays “Taps” at services and funerals, filling in when military buglers are not available. He also volunteers as an adult leader for Trail Life USA and helps a local middle school band.
Meador is a director of finance for Moses Cone Hospital. He also manages the finances of 125 system-wide departments.
Brown is from Greensboro. Meador lives in Madison. The Business Journal honored Brown and Meador at an awards ceremony on Feb. 15 in Greensboro.