Halverson Honored with Award

Date of Publication May 25, 2018

Jeffrey Halverson, RPh, MBA, Vice President Physician Network, Covenant Clinic at Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – Waterloo, has received the IMS 2018 John F. Sanford Award. This award is given to honor a lay person for outstanding contributions to public health or the field of health care.

Jeff is a longtime participant of the IMS Health Care Executives Section and a trusted voice in healthcare administration throughout the state. In 2015, he served on the ad hoc IMS Data Task Force. Through his leadership role within Covenant Clinic, an IMS 100 percent members clinic, he has contributed much to improving health care in Iowa. Halverson also previously served as a leader within the University of Iowa Health Alliance.

Halverson earned his pharmacy degree from the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy in 1979. He then earned his MBA from the University of Northern Iowa in 1987, and was certified as a Medical Practice Executive in 1998. He is an active volunteer with several organizations: Rotary International, Nazareth Evangelical Lutheran Church, Job Foundation, and the United Way. Halverson is married to Mary Margaret Halverson; together they have three married adult children and three granddaughters.

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