CAHL Congress 2020 – We are going virtual

On behalf of the California Association of Healthcare Leaders Board of Directors, we would like to express our deepest sorrow and heartfelt sympathy to those impacted by the civic unrest experienced over the last few weeks. The loss of life represents continuing inequity, dehumanization and a depersonalization of Americans. We are saddened to think that the war we are fighting is not solely against the viral pandemic that has taken over 100,000 lives, but rather against one another for the color of our skin. This is a much broader issue that has plagued our nation for far too long and needs immediate and deliberate action to drive positive change.

In these times of uncertainty, coming together as one voice to eliminate the atrocities of disparity is required. Expressing our condemnation of these behaviors in a professional and organized way will result in all parties becoming more willing to listen, more inclined to speak honestly, and more accommodating of each other’s perspectives. We as leaders and professionals must renew our focus and unyielding commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, and Health Equity throughout the United States and globally. Deborah Bowen, CEO of the American College of Healthcare Executives, in her recent statement addressed the work that we as healthcare leaders must do to address discrimination, health disparities, and support the eradication of racial injustice and violence. We stand in solidarity with ACHE, NAHSE, WHCE, LGBTQ Forum, AHCLF, and all other affinity groups working together to increase awareness and move toward equality.

Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity are deeply engrained in the values of our chapter. Our Diversity makes us stronger – it enhances our creativity, productivity, and overall performance. It encourages the search for innovative information and perspectives, leading to better decision making and problem solving. Let us come together and capitalize on our Diversity to drive this critically needed change. Only together through innovation and unity can we achieve the results we need. 

Thank you all for the support, engagement, and commitment to each other and those we are humbled to serve.

 

California Association of Healthcare Leaders

Serving healthcare executives throughout Northern and Central California, we advance excellence in healthcare leadership and improving the lives of the communities we serve.

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We offer our members committed to excellence in healthcare management the opportunity to grow professionally and be leaders within the industry.

We Create Dynamic Leaders

We provide professional development and networking opportunities resulting in the overall improvement of healthcare delivery.

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The Northern and Central California chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives serves the professional development needs of 50 of California’s 58 counties and extends as far south as Kern County and San Luis Obispo and North to the Oregon border. Membership offers you the opportunity to:

  • Be among leaders in healthcare management
  • Grow professionally and excel in your industry
  • Enjoy greater satisfaction and career potential
  • Contribute to and give back to your profession

Upcoming Events

Aug 29

2020 Student Resource Fair

August 29, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm PDT

Member Spotlight

Daryn Kumar
Chief Operating Officer
Mercy San Juan Medical Center – Dignity Health

Mentor Spotlight

Debra Green Oliphant

Administrative Director

Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children’s Health

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