Kevin Lamb is a healthcare entrepreneur, pioneer and campaigner. After 35 years in the industry, he has developed a reputation for originality, compassionate care and putting the patient first. Most notably, he built the largest provider of wound care supplies in the United States from the ground up. In 2018, he was named by Forbes.com as one of ten CEOs transforming healthcare in America.
Kevin is now undertaking a range of global activities focused on creating better understanding of potentially life-changing conditions, amidst a health literacy crisis. One in three Americans have only a basic understanding of their health, a major driver of the growing number of deaths from preventable diseases in recent decades.
He has also established himself as a filmmaker with a growing reputation in Hollywood. Credits to his name include the Oscar-nominated Marshall (2017), and the critically-acclaimed Wakefield (2016), starring Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston. He passionately believes that the fusion of education and entertainment can deliver better patient outcomes.
Kevin lives with his wife of thirty years, Sharon, and has six children. He serves on the board of a number of different charities in his hometown of Little Rock, and in 2014 he and his wife were named the Arkansas Philanthropists of the Year.