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Representative Funderburk recognized as Inaugural Health Policy Program Fellow
Funderburk and Freeman
Representative Laurie Funderberk and the South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health Executive Director Kester Freeman.
S.C. Rep. Laurie S. Funderburk along with ten other members of the South Carolina General Assembly have been recognized in the inaugural class of fellows from the South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health’s (IMPH) Health Policy Fellows Program. That program, supported by The Duke Endowment and Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina, provides members of the General Assembly with clear, evidence-based health policy information in a non-partisan manner. "The Health Policy Fellows Program offers the chance for elected officials to receive evidence-based information on health issues from a neutral source," IMPH Executive Director Kester Freeman said.