Jonathan Henderson is elected to LUGPA Board of Directors
Chicago, Ill., (November 8, 2016) – Jonathan Henderson, MD, was elected Secretary of the LUGPA 2017 Board of Directors at the 2016 Annual Meeting in Chicago, November 3-5, will serve for two years.
Dr. Henderson has served as a member of the LUGPA Board of Directors since 2011. He has served as the LUGPA Communications Chairman since 2013, member of LUGPA Health Policy Committee since 2012, and LUGPA Representative to the JAC (Joint Advocacy Conference) since 2013.
“I am honored to be elected LUGPA Secretary” said Dr. Henderson. “It is paramount to me during my term that we continue to carry out LUGPA’s mission to protect and preserve independent urology practices while advancing value based medicine. I look forward to continuing to communicate to Congress what is best for our member practices during the changing healthcare policy landscape.”
Dr. Henderson has more than 25 years of diverse experience in urology and currently practices with Regional Urology, LLC., Shreveport, Louisiana. He joined the practice of more than 24 physicians in 2002.
A graduate of Louisiana State University, and Louisiana State University School of Medicine, Dr. Henderson completed his residency at Louisiana State University Medical Center in Shreveport, La.
Prior to joining Regional Urologists, Dr. Henderson worked for Clinical Urology Associates, Gadsden, Alabama, from 1996-2002. He has published multiple research publications on urology.
LUGPA has currently grown to represent more than 25 percent of the nation’s urology practices, comprising more than 2,100 members, whom account for approximately 30 percent of urologic care in the United States. The Association is committed to providing the best resources and information for its member practices through advocacy, research, data collection and benchmarking efforts. LUGPA advocates for independent urology practices by promoting quality clinical outcomes, fostering new opportunities and improving advocacy in the legislative and regulatory arenas.