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American College of Healthcare Executives
Quarterly Chapter Newsletter Winter Issue
In This Issue

President's Message
Call for Committee and other Volunteers
Message from the Regent
KAHCE Awards Scholarships


Links

ACHE Home Page


Chapter Officers

President
Ron Stephen, LFACHE

President-Elect
Jeremy Armstrong, FACHE

Secretary/Treasurer
Melissa L. Hungerford, FACHE

Regent
Jay Jolly, FACHE

President's Message
by Ron Stephen, LFACHE

It is an honor and a pleasure to serve as President of Kansas Association of Healthcare Executives for 2010. Thank you to the Board and Committee members who have volunteered their time and effort to our chapter this coming year.  Read More

KHERF Golf Tournament
May 19, 2010
Junction City, Kansas

 



Call for Committee and other Volunteers
by Ron Stephen, LFACHE

As mentioned in the President's message, any KAHCE member wishing to serve on a committee or generally offer to participate in the work of KAHCE should make their interest known by sending an email to the KAHCE office.  Read More

Message from the Regent
by Jay Jolly, FACHE

I enjoyed seeing many of you at the KAHCE networking meeting and educational program on November 11 in Wichita in conjunction with the KHA Annual Meeting and Convention. The newly elected KAHCE board will serve the chapter membership well in the coming year under the leadership of incoming President Frederick (Ron) Stephen, LFACHE. Ron and I both attended the Chapter Leaders Conference and Workshop October 19 and 20 in Chicago, which included the District leadership meetings as well. We have already discussed ways to apply some of the resources and ideas presented at that conference. As always, it was time well spent in the educational sessions, and networking with the many impressive leaders from around the country that make ACHE an effective professional association.  Read More

KAHCE Awards Scholarships
by Melissa Hungerford, FACHE

KAHCE contracted with the Kansas Hospital Education and Research Foundation to administer the scholarship program.  Twenty-one individuals applied for the three $500 hospital administration scholarships.  Congratulations to the three KAHCE awardees:

  • Nicki Klein, from Hodgeman County Health Center, who is seeking a Master Degree in Health Care Administration, Nursing at Phoenix University. 
  • Alisa McFadden, from Coffeyville Regional Medical Center, who is seeking a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Care Administration from the University of Oklahoma.
  • Rachel Pepper, from the University of Kansas Hospital, who is working on a Doctorate of Organizational Leadership, Nursing from the University of Kansas School of Nursing.

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