Health Administration Opportunities

Belhaven Future Healthcare Leaders (BFHL), a participant in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Higher Education Network

Belhaven has a new student chapter, Belhaven Future Healthcare Leaders (BFHL) for the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).  The purpose of the chapter is to promote educational development of skills necessary for the effective leadership in healthcare organizations that students may serve once completing their studies at Belhaven University.

ACHE also provides information about career alternatives and job opportunities in the field of healthcare management and develops an association with local and regional healthcare executive groups to enhance academic and career opportunities. Students who participate in the program are provided a method of involvement, recognition, and representation in the profession of healthcare management as well as a forum for dialogue concerning the academic program and career planning.

Membership is open to all Belhaven University students and faculty who have an interest in healthcare management. The organization plans to meet at least once per semester on the Belhaven main campus.

BFHL is open to all Belhaven students and Faculty who share and in interest in healthcare administration.
Will meet Thursday, February 7th at 6:00 p.m. in Irby Rm 218
Contact: Dr. Susan Duett, sduett@Belhaven.edu

 

2019 Early Careerist & Student Symposium to be held in Madison, MS

On Friday, September 20, the Mississippi Healthcare Executives, the state chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives,(ACHE) will hold a day of education focusing on students and early careerists. The agenda for the day is attached. The event will be held at the Mississippi Hospital Association’s building in Madison, MS just off I-55.  Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. with adjournment at 3 p.m. Professional headshots will be FREE for the first 13 students who register for the meeting.

Students may attend by joining ACHE at the reduced annual student rate of $75. Once students have joined ACHE, they may attend this event free of charge. Students can join ACHE at  http://www.ache.org/Membership/JoinStudentAssociate.aspx.

Please let ACHE-MS know whether you plan to attend so that they can provide lunch for you. RSVP and register online at www.mhanet.org by Friday, September 6.

If you have questions or need more information, please contact Candy Brown at (601) 368-3214 or cbrown@mhanet.org. We look forward to networking with you!