CAHL Face-to-Face Event: Proactively Managing Your Professional Development
Thursday, May 3, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
We welcome you to join your ACHE colleagues from the California Association of Healthcare Leaders at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco for networking and a stimulating and educational panel discussion.
The evening's discussion will center on the possibilities for lifelong career development in the health care field. Please join us as we welcome our panelists and hear their experiences and advice. Our panel for the evening will be:
- Jim Dover, CEO, O’Connor Hospital
- Abe Dosi, VP, Administrative Services – California Pacific Medical Center
- Tim Wemple, Medical Group Administrator – Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center
- Efton Hall, VP, Healthcare – Management Recruiters of Berkeley
The discussion will explore steps an individual should take within his or her organization and in the surrounding community to reach the next level in his or her career. This evening is an ACHE Face-to-Face event (formerly known as Category I).
Bring your friends and colleagues. ACHE member registration is $25, non-member registration is $30, and student registration is $10. Hors d'oeuvres, wine and beer will be served before and after the discussion.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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California Association of Healthcare Leaders - Bay Area
Join over 1000 health care executives in Northern and Central California! Our members are leaders in a variety of healthcare settings including for profit, not for profit, government, academia, acute care, rehab, rural and urban. Members are currently serving in all levels of management from chief executive, operating, and financial officer levels to middle managers and vice presidents of departments and product lines. We also take great pride in supporting the development of our significant numbers of students and early careerists. If you have a commitment to leadership and lifelong learning, CAHL is the organization for you.
1. Have an interest in meeting and learning with and from health care leaders in the region.
2. Agree to abide by the American College of Healthcare’s Code of Ethics.
CAHL is an independent chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). Membership in CAHL is limited to ACHE affiliates working in Northern and Central California. Click here to join ACHE.