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GCHEG Supports Covid-19 Vaccinations

The Greater Charlotte Healthcare Executives Group (GCHEG) believes in the power of healthy communities. We are leaders from all facets of the healthcare ecosystem united in our dedication to the transformation of health care delivery.  Among other things, this includes proactive education on vaccine adherence and administration. Vaccines are critical to maintaining the health and vitality of all communities, including those we support - from Charlotte to all other portions of Western North Carolinaand beyond. We support the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and encourage you to register with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and establish your eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccination.

 

In North Carolina, mass vaccination clinics have been established to ensure all people have equitable access to receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Visit Find your spot to take your shot | NC DHHS COVID-19 to learn more about where to receive your vaccine.  In addition, please talk to your primary care physician or local health professional about all recommended vaccines for you and your loved ones.

 

Let’s each do our part to keep each other safe and healthy.

 

Message from the President: Thank You and GCHEG Update

 

Dear GCHEG Members,


     During this unprecedented time in our nation’s history, I wanted to reach out to our Chapter with a simple

Thank You. Thank you for stepping up to serve our local communities through this challenging time. Thank you

for the number of tireless hours you’ve put in to plan and provide much needed testing and care to our

community while keeping our nurses, physicians, and staff safe. I am proud to see so many GCHEG members

leading their organization’s planning and response efforts.

      ACHE and GCHEG stands by to support our members during this time. ACHE staff and the ACHE Board

of Governors are considering the impact of COVID-19 on Face to Face hours and will be making additional

announcements in the near future about Face to Face credits. GCHEG is discussing ways we can create

virtual educational opportunities for our members and will be sending more information out as it becomes

available.

     ACHE has also extended 2020 dues payments until May 4th. If you haven’t paid your 2020 dues I would

encourage you to do so. If you’re interested in taking the Board of Governors exam, the exam fee waiver has

been extended until July 31. Lastly, ACHE is extending the deadlines related to recertification and

those with waivers to take the Board of Governors Examination. Visit ache.org/FACHE to learn more.

     On behalf of the GCHEG Board, thank you again the compassion and leadership you have shown to

our community when they needed it most. We understand the sacrifices, both personally and professionally,

you have made to serve our communities, and we are profoundly grateful for all you have done.

We look forward to being back together in person in the near future.

 

With Deepest Appreciation,


Ryan Campbell, MSHA, FACHE, FACMPE
President, Greater Charlotte Healthcare Executive Group


ACHE COVID-19 Resource Center https://www.ache.org/about-ache/resources-and-links/covid-19-resource-center

 

GCHEG Receives Award for Sustained Performance!

 

Congratulations to our Chapter! 

GCHEG won the Award for Sustained Performance from ACHE!

This award means our chapter has been able to meet one of the four performance standards for the past three years!  

Our chapter award will be recognized on Tuesday, March 24 during Congress!

Many thanks to our GCHEG Members, Chapter leadership, and Committee members to make this possible!