June 30, 2017
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From the Desk of the KAHCE President
Message from Your ACHE Regent - Spring 2017
Join Us in Wichita!
KAHCE Transition
Seven Sponsored Students Reflect on ACHE Congress
Membership Report
Advancing in ACHE - Part 2
Tapping Community Physicians for Innovation Ideas
6 Tips for Working With a Poor Team Player
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Roger Masse, FACHE
Ellsworth County Medical Center
Ellsworth, KS

President Elect

Judy Corzine, FACHE
Stormont Vail Health
Topeka, KS

Past President
Patricia Sanders-Hall, FACHE
The University of Kansas Hospital
Overland Park, KS


George M. Stover, FACHE
Hospital District #1 of Rice County
Lyons, KS


KHA Liaison
Melissa L. Hungerford, FACHE
Kansas Hospital Association
Topeka, KS

ACHE Regent

Janet Stanek, FACHE
Stormont Vail Health
Topeka, KS 

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KAHCE Transition
Melissa L. Hungerford

It is with mixed emotions that I write to let you know that my role as KHA Liaison to KAHCE is coming to a close. I'll be retiring at the end of June after almost 38 years at KHA. Your new liaison will be Ron Marshall on the KHA team. Ron started out in the hospital lab and moved through a number of positions to CEO and now KHA staff. We think this is a perfect match to support KAHCE and its board going forward. KAHCE is in great hands with your administrative team of Ron and Susan Cunningham and, of course, your great Board of Directors.

KAHCE has grown both in members and impact to support healthcare professionals in our state. Each one of you helped make that happen. I look forward to a new chapter in my personal life, but will miss the wonderful relationships that we have had through the years.

Thank you for the work you do every day to care for our patients and communities, but most important for your support and friendship.  If you should want to contact me in the future, just contact Susan and she will make the connection.

Melissa L. Hungerford, FACHE

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