Attorneys Tim Gary and Ralph Levy Named to Nashville Medical News' 2017 InCharge Healthcare List

January 10, 2017
Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce that Attorneys Tim Gary and Ralph Levy, Jr. have been named to Nashville Medical News’ 2017 InCharge Healthcare List.

Tim Gary, a healthcare and government relations attorney with Dickinson Wright, called upon his legal and operational expertise as a former healthcare executive to launch DW Franklin Consulting Group in conjunction with Dickinson Wright in 2015. Mr. Gary’s prior experience includes serving as vice president and general counsel for one of the largest managed Medicaid entities in the U.S., senior vice president and COO of a national health and wellness company, chair of the healthcare practice for a regional law firm, and a past member of the Nashville Health Care Coucil Board. He earned his J.D. from Samford University and his MBA from Vanderbilt.

Ralph Levy, Jr.’s practice encompasses healthcare law, M&A, corporate governance, and taxation. He has assisted numerous healthcare clients in joint venture agreements, acquisitions, divestitures, contract negotiations, and succession planning. He is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association and the Middle Tennessee Estate Planning Council. Mr. Levy has twice served as chair of the Nashville Bar Association Tax Committee. The majority of his almost 40-year career has been spent in private law practice with the exception of a 10-year period when Mr. Levy served as general counsel, executive vice president and secretary for Gambro Healthcare, a national provider of dialysis services.

InCharge Healthcare is the definitive list of clinicians, researchers, hospital administrators, entrepreneurs, service providers and others who make Nashville the healthcare capital of the world. These are people both in the spotlight and behind the scenes who through research and education and with their ideas and influence contribute mightily to this vital segment of Nashville’s business and educational communities. InCharge Healthcare is an annual product of Nashville Medical News. To see the complete list, please click here.