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Legal Advisor Board of Directors for Liberty Medical Center of Texas

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LIBERTY MEDICAL CENTER

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Legal Advisor Board of Directors

Are you an active or inactive attorney looking to share your legal knowledge with to help military veterans with healthcare needs? Are you ready to make a difference in your community? Want the opportunity to make a meaningful impact while developing personally and professionally?

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Company Description

Liberty Medical Center of Texas (LMC) is a non-profit, in the fundraising phase of opening facilities that provide medical services to the local community of veterans and their families through primary care and mental health.

Our goals include assisting the VA Hospital with wait times and becoming the provider of choice for veterans in our community. LMC will work with Tricare, CHAMPVA, Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance programs to offer care to all veterans and their adult family members. In partnership with our medical staff, the focus will be on compassionate, high-quality and cost-effective healthcare services. Our team will specialize in improving the physical, psychological, and emotional wellness and work to increase the overall health status of our heroes in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.

Job Summary

The Board of Directors is responsible for working as a collective to further Liberty Medical Center’s mission and help us fulfill our commitment to the communities that we serve.

Members of the Board of Directors may also serve on the following committee:

  • Governance & Legal

Primary Tasks:

  • Develop and implement strategic planning for organizational growth.
  • Provide governance over the organization and solve high priority issues.
  • Lead the organization out of the startup phase and into a prominent non-profit that is making an impactful change in our community.
  • Secure ample funding for the organization.

Responsibilities and Duties

Board members are expected to:

  • Attend monthly board meetings.
  • Serve as working board members, who are willing to fundraise, execute organizational programs and conduct operational activities.
  • Identify resources that will enable the organization to advance its mission and function to its full capability.
  • Strive to secure a minimum funding requirement for the organization.
  • Commit to a minimum two hours per week toward Board activities. Please note that seasonality and needs of the organization may result in some weeks requiring more than a two hour commitment while other weeks may require less. (in addition to monthly board meetings).
  • Adhere to Liberty Medical Center’s Board Due Policy. (Please see FAQ below for more details on board dues.)

Board Dues: FAQ

Why are board members required to pay dues?

Board dues are common for non-profit boards, because as the "heart" of the organization, the board must display that they support the organization and are invested in its mission. When asking the community to support the organization, it is good practice to display that the organization's board members also support it.

What is Liberty Medical Center’s Board Due Policy?

An annual total contribution of $225 broken down as follows:

  • $75 of which is a personal contribution.
  • $150 is solicited through fundraising, requesting donations, or network sources.

Required Qualifications and Skills

  • Must be attorney with current or former license to practice law in the State of Texas.

To Apply

Please submit your resume to LibertyMedicalCenterTX@gmail.com

Only those whose applications are being considered will be contacted.

Website

http://www.libertymedicalcentertx.org/

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About LIBERTY MEDICAL CENTER

Location:

Virtual, DALLAS, TX 75219, US

Mission Statement

Our Mission is to honor the sacrifices of our nation's heroes through providing high quality healthcare to veterans and their families.

Description

Liberty Medical Center of Texas (LMC) is a non-profit, in the fundraising phase of opening facilities that provide medical services to the local community of ve terans and their families through primary care and mental health.

Our goals include assisting the VA Hospital with wait times and becoming the provider of choice for veterans in our community. LMC will work with Tricare, CHAMPVA, Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance programs to offer care to all veterans and their adult family members. In partnership with our medical staff, the focus will be on compassionate, high-quality and cost-effective healthcare services. Our team will specialize in improving the physical, psychological, and emotional wellness and work to increase the overall health status of our heroes in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.

Health & Medicine
People with Disabilities
Veterans & Military Families

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Legal (General)
  • Employment Law
  • Tax Law
  • Litigation
  • Contract Negotiations
  • Advocacy

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • •Commit to a minimum two hours per week toward Board activities (in addition to monthly board meetings).
  • • Must be attorney to practice law in the state of Texas. An annual total contribution of $225 broken down as follows: • $75 of which is a personal contribution. • $150 is solicited through fundraising, requesting donations, or network sources.

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