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Fred Lane

Fred Lane

President, Retired

Coordinated Care, Inc.

Fred Lane is retired President of Coordinated Care, Inc. and was the Administrator and Owner of DeLand Convalescent Center. Fred graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Stetson University in 1952 and went on to earn a Bachelor of Music degree from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1955. He ended his formal education in 1962 with a Master of Religious Education degree also from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Though that was the end of his formal education, Fred has garnered a wealth of knowledge through his years of experience across the realms of healthcare and church involvement.

Fred attended Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and served as a church education and music director. He then moved to DeLand, Florida to help run his family's healthcare business and even served as President for the Florida Healthcare Association. He was very active on both the state and national levels of the healthcare industry. He has since retired, but still resides in DeLand where he serves on the School of Business Administration Board of Advisors and the Board of Directors of Pinnacle Bank.

Fred’s past involvements also include serving as  Vice President at Large of the American Health Care Association, Chairman of the Florida Board of Licensure for Nursing Home Administrators, President of the National Association of Boards, President of the Florida Health Care Self-Insurers Fund, President of Care Management Systems, Co-Owner of Volusia Institutional Pharmacy, Church Administrator for the First Baptist Church of Daytona Beach, Chairman of National Affairs for the DeLand Chamber of Commerce, and Chairman of the Private Sector Responsibility in Health Care Commission (Governor-appointed position). He has also been a part of the Nursing Advisory Committee at Daytona Beach Community College, the National Federation of Independent Business, and the Board of Directors of Archibald Tea Company.

Past awards that Fred has received include the Doyle E. Carlton Award from Stetson University, one of Stetson's highest honors, which celebrates "extraordinary contributions to the city of DeLand, Stetson University, the state of Florida, and Christian higher education". He has also been awarded the Walter M. Johnson, Jr., Memorial Trophy for distinguished service to the Florida Nursing Home Associations and its members (the highest award given by the Florida Nursing Home Association).