Here for Good. Podcast

Here for Good.

Exploring how transformational leaders create a positive impact on the world around us.

Hosted by Dennis W. Pullin

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Dennis W. Pullin, FACHE, Virtua Health President & CEO

Recipient of two distinguished awards from the Philadelphia Business Journal — Most Admired CEO and 2019 Power 100 List — Dennis is dedicated to improving the state of health care in South Jersey.

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Season 2

Episode 17 (9.16.21)

Zina Garrison, Tennis Star

While it's been 25 years since she last hit the court professionally, she's still one of the most prominent names in tennis. Watch as our guest, tennis star, Zina Garrison returns questions from host, Dennis Pullin, FACHE, president and CEO of Virtua Health on the latest episode of Here For Good.

Zina and Dennis talk about her impressive tennis career and how she draws from her own experience to inspire children and young athletes through the Zina Garrison Academy. On the tails of the recent summer 2020 Olympic Games and U.S. Open, the two also embark on an important discussion around mental health and its impact on professional athletes.

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Episode 16 (6.3.21)

Adam Schechter, chairman, president, and CEO of LabCorp 

As a leading global life sciences company, LabCorp has always been about improving lives. Which is just one of the reasons why Adam Schechter – chairman, president, and CEO – is a perfect fit for the company. As the leader of an organization spanning over 100 countries with more than 65,000 employees, Adam firmly believes in leaving the world a better place than how he found it.

In this episode of Here for Good, host Dennis Pullin, sits down with Adam to reflect on leadership in today's evolving environment. From the importance of showing up and caring for the community to fostering a workplace in which every person has a voice – we invite you to listen in to this inspiring conversation.

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Episode 15 (4.28.21)

Governor Phil Murphy

From sitting at the family table to being elected the Governor of New Jersey, public service has always been in Phil Murphy's bones.

In this special edition of the Here for Good Podcast, host Dennis Pullin, sits down with Governor Phil Murphy to discuss everything from COVID-19 to rolling out vaccines. With more than 3 million fully vaccinated New Jersey residents, the Garden State has finally turned the corner as it gets closer to its goal of vaccinating 70% of the population by June.

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Episode 14 (2.10.21)

Eugene A. Woods, President and CEO of Atrium Health

A nationally recognized leader in health care with a passion for serving the vulnerable and underserved, Eugene A. Woods, the president and CEO of Atrium Health, may not have always known what he wanted to do, but has shown up each day as if he were always meant to do it. Gene is a lifelong musician and songwriter embodied as a career health care executive who has made a personal commitment to do his part to make the world a better place.

Host Dennis Pullin, FACHE, president and CEO of Virtua Health, kicks-off season two of Here for Good with colleague and friend Gene, addressing everything from what it means to be a leader in today's society to how to bring greater visibility to racial injustice. Tune in and discover how these two authentic leaders are committed to sparking actual change and making a difference.

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Season 1 Recap


A little over a year ago, Virtua Health launched its "Here For Good" podcast with the intention of having genuine, honest conversations with leaders who create a positive impact on our community. 

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Season One Highlights
eHealthcare Winner
In it’s first season, the Here for Good podcast was recognized by eHealthcare Leadership Awards, with a silver award for best healthcare podcast for use of this unique content channel to communicate with external and internal audiences.