American College of Healthcare Executives
Fall 2010
In This Issue

Regent's Message: "Better with Less"
"From Roots to Wings" with Dr. Thomas Atchison
ACHE Chairman in Hawaii
"Managing Your Career in Turbulent Times"
100-Bed Private Hospital in Guam's Future
Hawaii Gubernatorial Candidate Forum
New Chapter Treasurer
Other Pacific ACHE Chapter Contacts
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Chapter Officers

Kevin Roberts, FACHE

Kevin Roberts, FACHE

Stan Berry, FACHE
Christi Keliipio

Lance Segawa

Earl Greenia, PhD, FACHE

Gertie Francoise

Coral Andrews, RN

Maria Kostylo
ACHE Chairman in Hawaii
Gertie Francoise

The Hawaii-Pacific Chapter of ACHE Board is offering the opportunity to hear from the current Chairman of the American College of Healthcare Executives (AHCE) in Hawaii on October 20, 2010. Chapter members and guests should mark their calendars to be sure not to miss this opportunity to participate in this exciting Hawaii Chapter event.

           Wednesday, October 20, 2010 -- 7:00 AM to 8:30 AM

Mr. Christopher D. Van Gorder, FACHE, is President and Chief Executive Officer of Scripps Health in San Diego, California. He is board certified in healthcare management and serves as the 2010-2011 Chairman of ACHE. Mr. Van Gorder will speak at the annual meeting of the Hawaii-Pacific Chapter of ACHE from 7:00 AM to 8:30 AM and at the Healthcare Association of Hawaii Annual Meeting from 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM. Mr. Van Gorder has an extensive background in healthcare administration and also serves as a commissioner of the California Emergency Services Commission, as well as serving his second term as a commissioner for the United States National commission for UNESCO. In addition, Mr. Van Gorder is a clinical professor in health administration at the University of Southern California where he also serves on the Healthcare Administration Advisory Board of the university's School of Policy, Planning and Development. Look for more information on Mr. Van Gorder's presentation topic, place and registration procedures. Be sure your email is current with ACHE to get future updates for this program.


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