Winter 2012 Volume 5 (4)
In This Issue
Message From The STC ACHE President
Healthcare Leadership: Thoughts From My Foxhole
Member and Community Leadership
ACHE Leaders Conference
San Antonio Hospitals Earn Mostly ‘Bs’ and 'Cs' For Safety
Medical School Moves Closer to Reality at University of Texas at Austin
Majority of Conditions Treated in Emergency Departments Treatable in Primary Care Clinics
Mayo Clinic, A&G Pharma To Develop Test For Dementia
Request for Hot Topic eNewletter Articles
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Officers
President
Angelo A. Armondo, MHA FACHE
 
Vice President
Frederick A. Swiderski, MHA, MBA, FACHE
 
Immediate Past President
Amjed Baghdadi, MHA, MBA, FACHE
 
Secretary
Gail S. Nelson
 
Treasurer
MAJ James H. Hall, MHA, MBA, FACHE
Message From The STC ACHE President
Amjed S. Baghdadi, FACHE

As 2012 draws to a close, I look back at the activities of the South Texas Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (STC-ACHE) and am filled with honor. I am fortunate to have spent this year as your President and am grateful for the opportunity to serve you.

In 2012, STC-ACHE hosted seven well-attended educational events, four enjoyable networking events, a robust advancement cohort and subsequent advancement seminar, and three extremely rewarding community service activities at the Food Banks in San Antonio and Corpus Christi.

Please take a moment to review the STC-ACHE Calendar located on our website. The calendar highlights our many activities throughout the year, lists the Board of Directors meetings, which are open to our members, and illustrates your local chapter activities.

As always, we are open to your feedback, suggestions, and participation in our events and on our Board. We’re always looking for active volunteers for our committees.

Best wishes and thank you again for a wonderful year,

 

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