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The American College of Healthcare Executives’ Job Center is a complimentary online resource designed to bring together the right candidate and the right job. It is a member only resource for job seekers, but is open to both member and non-member employers interested in listing positions. The Job Center features more than 2,300 position listings with nearly 4,000 active job seekers and was enhanced in early 2013 to include many new features.

Job seekers now benefit from improved search functionality, new job notification options, enhanced job detail pages, and a mobile-friendly version. Employers can utilize new job activity information reports, options to upload a company logo to appear on job listings, and resume alerts to notify you when new candidates meet your criteria.

We hope you make use of this popular ACHE resource. We are especially interested in increasing the number of early careerist opportunities, as launching a career in today’s competitive healthcare management marketplace presents challenges for many of our early career members.

To take a look at the ACHE Job and Resume Bank click ACHE-JobBank.

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Last Updated on Friday, 18 July 2014 11:19
 
Benefits of Membership PDF Print E-mail

Benefits of Membership with South Florida Healthcare Executive Forum

As a member of South Florida Healthcare Executive Forum, you will have access to important resources such as:

  • Online membership directory
  • National job listings
  • FACHE study group
  • ACHE category I education credit
  • Educational programs on timely healthcare topics
  • Online discussion forum
  • Interaction with community healthcare leaders
  • Networking with peers and colleagues

If you are not a current ACHE affiliate, we encourage you to JOIN TODAY.

Non-members are welcome to attend chapter events. If you would like to be added to the chapter's non-member mailing list to be notified of future programs and events, please send an email to the
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Last Updated on Monday, 19 May 2014 10:25
 
Message from Your ACHE Regent, Summer 2014 PDF Print E-mail

Wow. Summer has flown by and is almost over. The kids are in school now. The weather got in the way for our summer vacations because the rain became a very common occurrence in South Florida and I suspect the same along the Treasure Coast and Orlando areas. Still, we live in Florida and are blessed with sunshine, albeit intermittent, warm weather and mostly a bunch of great people we get to work with day in and out in serving patients, clients or communities. As all of you know, the journey of life presents each of us with different challenges and complexities but also presents new opportunity to build lasting friendships and relationships. Enjoy life to the fullest.

Congratulations to all of our members who advanced to Fellow or recertified this past quarter. This is a testimony to your hard work, commitment to ACHE’s value, lifelong learning, training, and a commitment to our profession as a healthcare leader. As a new or recertified Fellow, I ask that you get involved in your Chapter to work with the leaders to assist others desiring to advance. Your little nudge can make a difference. Our Chapters have tremendous knowledge and many members willing to assist, so be proactive!

I had the opportunity to listen in and participate on our three Chapters’ Board of Director (BOD) meetings. Let me tell you—you’re in good hands. Led by the Chapter Presidents, the BOD leadership teams continue to demonstrate prowess, strong organizational skills and enjoy tackling the challenges specific to each chapter and in setting direction for their chapters. Our Presidents are also having fun in meeting their challenges and setting scheduled seminars, meetings, networking, training, education, and so on. They are building the formal structure necessary to pursue the organizational goals as well as blazon the trail for future succession. Lastly, they are fostering teamwork to grow the chapter membership, increase advancement, and promote learning opportunities. I want to thank them and their teams for building cohesion and professional networking that continue to make these seminars fun, inviting, educational, entertaining, and rewarding. And I implore each of you to sign up for a seminar or a networking event because you will see the value of participation while at the same time learn something, meet old friends, build new relationships and who knows most likely a future lifelong friendship. But, you have to attend a session to reap this reward. Do so this fall—you won’t regret it.

Finally, I convened my first Regent’s Advisory Committee last month and want to thank the members for their conversation, insights, and volunteerism. I’ve also appointed chairs for several committees: Paul Russo, FACHE for Awards; Dr. Dennis Palkon, Higher Education Network; and Alexandru Visan, MD for Generations. I still have two more committees to appoint chairs and will do so by the end of August.

I look forward to the formal ACHE Chapter training this month in Chicago. Be safe and as always, thank you for the care and service that you give our patients, families and community as it builds the positive relationships and strong reputation for our profession. 

Keith W. Gallagher, FACHE
Regent for Florida - Eastern
CEO/Administrator
Memorial Hospital Pembroke

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 September 2014 11:02
 
Message from the President PDF Print E-mail

September 11, 2014

Hello everyone,

September is upon us!  The kids are back in school, traffic is at a long time high, there’s X amount of days left for holiday shopping and the leaves are changing!  Well…maybe not the latter in South Florida, but at least the rainy season has been kept at bay!  This past month we hosted a very successful networking event and we are happy to say that it has surpassed expectations.  This upcoming week we will be hosting an educational program on Triple Aim and with the support of our sponsors -  we have a top-notch panel and moderator.  I am also pleased to announce that our educational events have enabled our members to reach their 12.0 face-to-face educational credits.  This is due to the incredible effort of our excellent Program Chair, Program Chair – Elect and top-notch Board; and by November we will have already reached our 12.0 credit limit.  Wow! What a testament to the commitment of our Board. 

This past year I have had the privilege to see our executive level members successfully connect with our student and early careerist members. What can I say?  This is so essential as we move towards succession planning which is a mainstay to our rather expansive tri-county market.  I hope to see you at our oncoming events, including December where we will be hosting our annual Holiday Networking event.  Enjoy the leaves!  Let me know if you see them change!

Sincerely,

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Last Updated on Thursday, 11 September 2014 11:07
 

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