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American College of Healthcare Executives
Chapter Quarterly E-newsletter Winter Issue 2009
In This Issue

Medical City Grows in Southeast Orlando
Message from the President - Winter 2009
Message from the Regent - Winter 2009
HealthLeaders Media Publishes Industry Survey 2009
Florida Nursing Education and Workforce Report
Member Benefit Spotlight: Career Resources
Still Time to Register for ACHE's 2009 Congress on Healthcare Leadership
Ensure delivery of Chapter E-newsletter (Disclaimer)


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Chapter Officers

President
Keith Lundquist, FACHE

Vice President
Bobby McCullough

Secretary/Treasurer
Karl Hodges, FACHE

Board Members
Lonnie Cahoon
John Dailey, FACHE
Timothy P. Menton, FACHE
Kenneth Peach, FACHE
Sandra L. Randolph, FACHE

Medical City Grows in Southeast Orlando
Ken Peach, FACHE

Medical City Update at January Chapter  Meeting

Over fifty CFHEG members and guests attended the January chapter meeting that highlighted the growth and plans for the “medical city” being developed at Lake Nona in Orlando.

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March 31, 2009, Evening

Hospital and Physician Alignment: Issues and Strategies

Description:

When hospital executives are familiar with physicians' interests and issues - they can often pursue collaboration, partnership and integration strategies more effectively.   In this educational event, attendees will learn about alignment issues as well as some strategies that are proven in different settings.

ACHE Category I Credit available.

Where: Orlando Health's Dr. P. Phillips Hospital

Speaker: Panel Participants to be announced

Stay tuned for more information and registration details.



Message from the President - Winter 2009

Greetings from your chapter president:

I look forward to serving you, the members of the Central Florida Healthcare Executive Group this year.  Already we have had an exciting first educational program of the year held on January 27 about the emerging Lake Nona Science and Technology Park.  You can read a recap of the event elsewhere in this newsletter.   Read More

Message from the Regent - Winter 2009

Hope everyone had a great holiday season and is ready to take on 2009. Some new and exciting changes are happening in ACHE.   Read More

HealthLeaders Media Publishes Industry Survey 2009

Take a few moments to see what your peers and colleagues have to say about the industry, their jobs and future direction.  Read More

Florida Nursing Education and Workforce Report

While RN enrollments and graduations increased in Florida, we are actually approaching a bottleneck according to the Florida Center for Nursing (FCN) recently released 2008 Nursing Education and Workforce Report.  Read More

Member Benefit Spotlight: Career Resources

Did you know as an ACHE affiliate you have access to a variety of Career Services? Whether you are looking to develop your career, hiring new employees, or you are seeking a new position for yourself, the ACHE Career Services pages offer the following:  Read More

Still Time to Register for ACHE's 2009 Congress on Healthcare Leadership

Plan now to join your colleagues March 23-26, 2009, at the Hilton Chicago & Palmer House Hilton for more than 100 high-quality seminars, networking opportunities and career development programs to enhance your professional growth.  Read More

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