Benefits

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The Value of Membership

As a healthcare professional working in a hospital, health system, clinic, university, or other organization, membership gives you the opportunity to:

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

 

See the video below about what it means to be a part of the ACHE!

Benefits of ACHE & GCHEG membership include:

  • Access to a membership directory and network of more than 48,000 healthcare professionals worldwide including more than 600 in North Carolina

  • Networking opportunities at local events

  • Access to previously recorded GCHEG meetings

  • Complimentary subscriptions to Healthcare Executive magazine and one of ACHE’s premier journals

  • Receiving quarterly newletters (we have both a chapter and an early careerist newsletter)

  • Career development services such as mentoring programs and job and resume banks

  • Leadership development opportunities such as Board of Director and Committee positions

  • Discounted admission to upcoming events (sometimes even at no cost)

  • Guidance for membership advancement to FACHE

  • Education and networking programs presented and attended by industry leaders, offering Continuing Education Credits (CEs) and Face-to-Face Credits (F2F). 

  • Resources and support for attaining Board Certification in Healthcare Management, the Fellow (FACHE) credential

  • Reduced member rates for programs and conferences both locally and nationally

  • Opportunity to receive local scholarships for our graduate student members

  • Opportunity to build your reputation as a healthcare expert locally through speaking at our events or contributing articles for our news letters

  • Building your professional portfolio with "Certificates of Completion" for event you attend (provided when requested)

  • Opportunity to collaborate and volunteer with other local healthcare organizations within the Charlotte-Metro community

  • Most importantly- connecting with the local healthcare professional community, which includes healthcare executives, students, nurses, medical doctors, clinical professionals, and non-clinical professionals