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- The Chapter will be hosting a networking dinner on Monday, 2 November 2015 at Baton Rouge, Toronto, ON. More details …Read More »
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It is with great pleasure to inform you of the 2015 recipients for the ACHE Recognition Award Program. The ACHE Recognition Program was designed to acknowledge the contributions of ACHE members to healthcare management excellence through their volunteer service to their profession, their chapter and ACHE.
The 2015 Service Awards Recipients are: Atefeh Samadi-niya, MD, Phd, Bernie D. Schmidt, FACHE Marcy Saxe-Braithwaite, Guy H. Bourbonniere
The 2015 Distinguished Service Awards Recipients are: David B. Kay, FACHE, J. L. LeVasseur, FACHE
The 2015 Exemplary Service Awards Recipient is: Sandra J. Hanmer
I will be sending each recipient an individual e-mail and I will be presenting the awards at Health
Achieve ACHE-Regents Breakfast session on Tuesday, November 3, 2015.
Congratulations Sandra, David, Gilles, Atefeh, Bernie, Marcy and Guy, and wishing you unlimited
Kareen Hall-Clarke, FACHE
Canadian Chapter of ACHE President
The Chapter will be hosting a networking dinner on Monday, 2 November 2015 at Baton Rouge, Toronto, ON. More details will follow in the fall of 2015.
Over 6000 health care and business leaders attend HealthAchieve each year to learn, share and evolve. With over 50 educational sessions, 200+ speakers and close to 300 exhibitors this is where inspiration and innovation come to life. Attendees come together to share ideas and perspectives, learn from one another and evolve their points of views.
Register now and join you ACHE colleagues on 3 November for exciting ACHE-CCHL programming.
To register go to http://www.healthachieve.com/register
As part of the Canadian Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives’ ongoing efforts to improve our membership, the Membership and Advancement Committee is conducting a survey specific to the Canadian Chapter. Obtaining your feedback will be crucial to the Chapter’s efforts, to not only improve our membership base, but also to improve the programs and services that we provide to you.
We would appreciate your time to complete the following survey. It should take about 10 minutes of your time. Your responses will be kept confidential and all responses will be compiled together and analyzed as a group.
Survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DXR69VZ
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Frances Roesch, Chair, Membership and Advancement Committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your time.
The Regent’s Award for Canada recognizes those in ACHE members in healthcare leadership positions who are committed to excellence in their service to their healthcare organizations, community volunteer groups, or the Canadian Chapter of ACHE. The Award is presented at the annual Regent’s Breakfast at the OHA HealthAchieve conference in November in Toronto, ON.
Please consider submitting a nomination for yourself or nominate a Chapter member. The application process is straightforward. For more information go to http://tinyurl.com/lsd65w5
The application deadline is 31 August 2015
ACHE has relaunched its Twitter account, which will cover the healthcare field as well as our news and resources. The new Twitter handle is @ACHEConnect.
Join your Chapter colleagues at the annual Regent’s Breakfast and later that day at the joint ACHE Canadian Chapter-CCHL events at OHA Health Achieve, Tuesday, 3November 2015.
The Regent’s Breakfast will be held on Tuesday, 3 November 2015, 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM, Room 101, MTCC, 255 Front Street West, Toronto
More information and how to order tickets will be coming shortly.
Looking for an opportunity to become more actively involved in your Chapter? Why not consider volunteering for one of our Committees – Audit, Communications, Membership and Advancement or Program. For more details about each of the Committees please take a look at the committee section of the website. We have many dedicated volunteers helping us out now – thank you to each of you for your valuable contributions. We can always use more – many hands make light work!
The Governance and Nominations Committee is responsible for facilitating the recruitment of volunteers for our Chapter Committees. So if you are ready, willing and able to participate on one of our Committees, please contact Sandra Hanmer, Chair, Governance and Nominations Committee at email@example.com