Fox News host Greg Harris, CEO of Atc, joined Fox Business’ Lou Dobbs Tonight on Thursday and said he was very excited to be joining the network.
The former U.S. Surgeon General and current CEO of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) is currently a Fox Business contributor and host of the “Dollar Morning” podcast.
“I’ve been waiting for the right time for this show,” Harris said on his Fox Business program.
“The American people deserve to hear from me.
This is the most important news story of our time.”
Harris, who has previously hosted “The Greg Harris Show,” said that he hopes his participation on “Dollars Morning” will be seen as a positive endorsement of his organization and that his role as a health care expert has made him an advocate for “the American people.”
“This is the greatest show on earth,” Harris added.
“This has been one of the most difficult and exciting times of my life.
I feel the time is right for me to show what’s going on with the American people.
I hope that this is a way to continue to engage the American public in a way that’s really important.”
“Dolls Morning” is an opportunity for Harris to “put this information out there,” he said.
“We’re going to be showing this stuff in a very positive way.”
Harris said that the show will be a forum for his “personal brand,” as well as for his organization’s efforts to improve health outcomes and help the nation’s people get back to work.
Harris said he is excited to work with Dobbs and his team at Fox Business to make sure that “it’s a place where people can go and be themselves.”
“We’ve got a lot of great guests on this program,” Harris continued.
“They’re very well respected and they’ve got some amazing people who are just doing the best they can.
We’re going with the flow.
We’ve got great people in the audience who are passionate about this stuff.”
Harris was not available to comment to The Daily Beast for this story.
The Atc CEO said that at the heart of his mission is “the need for the American economy to be competitive again, and the need to protect the American family.”
“The bottom line is, we’re not the health care industry anymore,” Harris explained.
“In fact, we are one of only two global health care companies.
We are a global health services company and we are going to continue that mission of protecting the American health care worker, the American worker, and our families.”
Harris added that his mission has evolved since he was a young man and that he has always felt “a sense of duty” to the American healthcare system.
“Every year I go into the workforce and I go to work, I have a personal mission to improve the health of our country,” Harris concluded.
“It’s my mission to make this country the healthiest it’s ever been.
I’m very proud to be a part of Fox Business and I’m looking forward to what’s next.”
Atc’s financial position has been “immediately impacted” by the opioid crisis, Harris said.
According to the Atc website, the company’s total revenue for the first nine months of 2016 was $5.8 billion, down nearly 9 percent from the same period in 2015.
Harris told Dobbs that Atc had “the highest number of physicians we’ve ever had and the highest number we’ve had in our history.”
“Our physicians are all in good shape,” Harris emphasized.
“There are no layoffs in Atc.
We don’t have any retirements.”
In July, Harris resigned from the board of Atch, Inc., a company that he had founded, and left his position on the company board.
Dobbs noted that Atch was one of many businesses that Harris had previously been involved in, including his position as president of the National Association of Manufacturers, which he had been on since 2015.
“That was the first time I ever heard him say he had left,” Dobbs said.
Dobers asked Harris what the American taxpayer should do if they are unhappy with their health insurance and are looking to find a new provider.
“You need to know the facts, but at the same time you need to understand that you’re paying for the care of people who have the best care in the world,” Harris replied.
“Atch is a great place for people to go and get the best health care they can afford.”
Harris told Fox Business that the Atch Healthcare group has been successful in providing quality care for patients and providing a “world-class health care provider.”
Harris and his wife, Lisa, have two children, two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, and he has been a part-time employee of the company for almost a decade.
Atch has about 1,000 employees worldwide, according to the company website. The