American College of Healthcare Executives
Quarterly Chapter Newsletter Spring 2012
In This Issue

President's Message
From the Regent's Desk
Networking and Community Service at Utah Food Bank
Education Update
Awards and Advancements
ACHE National News - Spring 2012
Turn Your Career Challenges Into Resume Achievements
Ensure delivery of Chapter E-newsletter (Disclaimer)


Links

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UHE Home Page
UHA Home Page
ACHE Job Bank


Chapter Officers

President
Kevin Johnson, FACHE
Mountain View Hospital

kevin.johnson@
mountainstarhealth.com


President-Elect
Open position

Past President
Bob Cash, FACHE
Intermountain Healthcare
bob.cash@imail.org

Secretary
Mark Moody
Intermountain Healthcare
mark.moody@imail.org

Treasurer

Jeremy Fotheringham
University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics
Jeremy.fotheringham@
hsc.utah.edu

Networking and Community Service at Utah Food Bank

Please join Utah Healthcare Executives in an afternoon of networking and community service at the Utah Food Bank in May. Not only is this a great opportunity to interact with your UHE colleagues, it is a great opportunity to give back to the community by providing much-needed assistance at the Utah Food Bank. The Utah Food Bank has served Utahns in need for more than 100 years, and their mission to meet the immediate, basic needs of people in our community who don't know where else to turn is as important today as ever.

Date:  Friday, May 11, 2012            

Time:  1:30 p.m.—3:00 p.m. –Service in the Warehouse
3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. – Networking and Refreshments  

Location: Utah Food Bank, 3150 South 900 West, Salt Lake City
Please call 801-887-1234 for directions.

RSVP by Tuesday, May 8, 2012 to Bob Cash, FACHE, UHE Regent through Brandee Rowley at 801-507-7940 or brandee.rowley@imail.org

Here is some further instruction from the staff at the Utah Food Bank regarding our visit:

At Utah Food Bank, we take the safety of our volunteers and staff seriously. While here, please help us by:

  • Wearing closed-toe shoes—no flip-flops, sandals, or open-toed shoes are allowed
  • Always acting safely and ensuring those in your group are as well
  • Adults must stay with and supervise their groups
  • Keeping off all mechanical/electrical equipment
We also want you to be aware the volunteer work tends to be somewhat physical in nature, typically requiring one to be on their feet the whole time and have the ability to do some light to moderate lifting.

Many of our clients are individuals with low or compromised immune systems. If individuals in your group are feeling ill, please encourage them to stay home and volunteer with us again when they are feeling better. Thank you for your courtesy and consideration in this matter.

We encourage all volunteers who are able to bring a can of food to donate when they come in order to enrich their experience. We sincerely thank you for your time and we look forward to seeing you in May
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