Great Lakes Chapter
of American College of
educational and networking opportunities
for healthcare leaders in Western, Northern and Central Michigan.
Independent Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives "For Leaders Who Care"
The Great Lakes Chapter was historically known as the West Michigan Healthcare Executives Group (WMHEG), which was established in 1988, with approximately 50 members. In March 2004, WMHEG was revitalized as a chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), based in Chicago. Also in 2004, ACHE affiliates in the Central and Northern portions of Michigan agreed to combine efforts as The Great Lakes Chapter.
Current chapter membership includes professionals working in a variety of settings, including hospitals, health plans, medical practices, consulting firms, pharmaceutical companies, nursing homes, universities, and other areas of the healthcare industry.
Leadership for the organization is provided through an advisory board with representatives from the Western, Northern and Central regions of Michigan.
We are pleased to serve the Great Lakes Chapter members. Please do not hesitate to contact us with your comments and suggestions.
Be sure to designate Great Lakes Chapter as your Local Chapter
2019 Upcoming Events
Save the Dates
12 Face to Face Credits; also Executive Luncheons
April 25 (Thursday): “Future of Healthcare Financing” and “Population Health Management: Justice, Access & Financial Implications” at SVSU with HFMA
May 23 (Thursday): “Mindful Leadership: Leading with Heart and Mind” and “Managing for Morale” at Michigan Athletic Club in EL
June 27: ACHE Breakfast 7-8:15am in MHA Annual Meeting at Mackinac Island
June 25 (Tuesday): “Population Health Management: Justice, Access & Financial Implications” at UP Health System, Marquette (+/- video)
Sept 19 & 20 (Thu & Fri): 12 credit education with MCACHE, “Leading and Managing in Changing Times” with Tom Atchison at Henry Center of MSU, East Lansing
Sept 25 or 26: Repeat Panel at MHA Patient Safety Conference at Troy Marriott?
October 18 (Fri): “Behavioral Healthcare: Approaches to Increase Value to the Organization and Meet Community Needs” in Kalamazoo TBD
November: “Providing Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services” with Diversity Cmte at GLACHE Annual Meeting
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|Contact Information||PO Box 68013
Grand Rapids, MI 49516