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Carlton Fields Adds Washington, D.C., Attorney to Growing Health Care Practice

Washington, D.C.Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that Megan K. Dhillon has joined the firm’s growing Health Care practice in Washington, D.C.
Dhillon is the fifth health care attorney to join Carlton Fields in 2018, and she is the second addition to the practice group’s presence in the nation’s capital this year. Shareholder Emil Hirsch joined the Washington, D.C., office in June, bringing with him significant experience representing health care providers in litigation.
Carlton Fields also recently hired Jonathan "Tre" Dixon, former senior vice president of compliance, legal, and risk management at Tampa General Hospital, and Marguerita Brunson Sims, former senior corporate counsel at WellCare Health Plans Inc. Health care associate Kristen Murphy also joined the firm’s Tampa office this month. The firm is ranked nationally in Health Care Law, according to the 2018 U.S. News - Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” list.
Dhillon regularly advises healthcare providers, including hospitals, health systems, long term care facilities, ambulatory surgery centers, physician practices, and licensed healthcare practitioners. Her career in health care law includes experience in both the private and public sectors. Prior to joining Carlton Fields, Dhillon was an associate at Hancock, Daniel, & Johnson in Richmond, Virginia. There, she represented clients in reimbursement, compliance, regulatory, transactional, and corporate governance matters. Before that, Dhillon worked in the appeals division of the Department of Medical Assistance Services and served as a fellow in the health services section of the Office of the Attorney General of Virginia.
She earned her J.D. from Emory University School of Law while carrying out legal internships at General Electric and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Dhillon received her B.A. in history and foreign affairs from the University of Virginia. She is a member of the Virginia State Bar. (Until admission in the District of Columbia, any work on D.C. matters will be supervised in accordance with Rule 5.3.)
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