Our members are healthcare executives, leaders, professionals
early careerists, and students working in the healthcare field.
ACHE of Southern California is one of the largest local chapters affiliated with the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).
We support healthcare professionals with:
- Relevant educational programing on current healthcare trends and best practices
- Professional networking opportunities
- Leadership development opportunities
The mission of ACHE of Southern California is to increase the knowledge and professional development of our members by providing a rich variety of educational opportunities and programs, to enhance their career growth and satisfaction by providing opportunities and programs, to enhance their career growth and satisfaction by providing opportunities and stimulus for networking and sharing, and to contribute to the health industry as a whole through the development and promotion of its future leaders.
We are the independent, local Southern California chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).
To contribute to the professional growth of our members through educational programs and events.
- Effective Healthcare Management
To promote effective healthcare management by providing a platform to discuss common concerns, to investigate issues and to share best practices.
- American College of Healthcare Executives Linkage
To augment the mission, role and activities of ACHE.
Sponsors and Sponsorship Opportunities
Interested in connecting with the ACHE of Southern California healthcare leaders?
We are dedicated to providing healthcare leaders with valuable resources, management insights and tools to enable the transfer of knowledge, advance careers and achieve management excellence. Our Chapter has grown to over 1,500 members spanning the care continuum and health-related companies.
Contact us for more information on becoming a corporate sponsor, an event sponsor, or to suggest a creative way that your organization can sponsor us.
In 1998, ACHE of Southern California (formerly HCE) incorporated as a 501(c)6 not for profit professional association and adopted bylaws that govern the structure and function of the organization.