We would like to offer our congratulations to those SC ACHE members who passed the Board of Governors Exam, completed FACHE certification, and completed FACHE recertification in April.
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We would like to offer our congratulations to a number of SC ACHE members who passed the Board of Governors Exam, completed FACHE certification, and completed FACHE recertification in March.
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Please join us in extending a special welcome to our newest chapter members who joined last month. We hope each of you will find a way to become active in your new chapter through your local programming council (LPC). If you are interested in getting more involved at the state level, please contact our chapter president, Sue Shugart.
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Our newly appointed president of the LowCountry LPC, Jessica O’Reilly, has just recently distributed the first monthly newsletter for that region. Jessica is working with other LPC leaders to meet their objectives for 2013:
- Create value added opportunities for members to network
- Promote membership and advancement to Fellow
- Bring hot topics in healthcare close to home with local educational opportunities
If you did not receive the newsletter, please let Jessica know and you can access all issues on the LowCountry LPC page. We look forward to more exciting news from the LowCountry!
We were pleased to learn today that our Upstate LPC received ACHE’s approval to provide 1.5 hours of Face-to-Face education credits for their April 16 event, Listening to Employers: How Health Systems Can Support Population Health Management.
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