East Tennessee HealthCARE Executives AFFILIATION

East Tennessee's premiere professional society for healthcare executives.

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Our Mission - To advance our members and healthcare management excellence.

Our Vision - To be the premier professional society in East Tennessee for healthcare executives dedicated to improving healthcare delivery.

Our Values - Integrity, lifelong learning, leadership, and diversity.

Eighty-five percent of ACHE members in the United States are located in areas served by chapters. The chapters provide opportunities to address both local and national healthcare management needs.

ETHEA was created to provide networking opportunities, education, and career development at the local level.

The East Tennessee Healthcare Executives Association includes affiliations with individual members and healthcare organizations in a 51 county territory. Counties represented include:

Roane, Loudon, Campbell, Anderson, Knox, Blount, Sevier, Claiborne, Grainger, Jefferson, Hamblen, Cocke, Hawkins, Greene, Washington, Unicoi, Sullivan, Hancock, Union, Johnson, Carter, Macon, Trousdale, Smith, De Kalb, Cannon, Coffee, Franklin, Marion, Grundy, Sequatchie, Warren, Van Buren, White, Putnam, Jackson Clay, Pickett, Overton, Fentress, Scott, Morgan, Cumberland, Bledsoe, Rhea, Meigs, McMinn, Monroe, Polk, Bradley, and Hamilton

“The ETHEA and the ACHE has proven invaluable for me to meet other health executives in this region and nationally.  The relationships that I’ve been privileged to make have helped me learn more about the industry, as well as gain important insights into the challenges and innovations that members of the group have developed.  ETHEA/ACHE have provided me with a definite advantage in my career.”

Donald E. Lighter, MD, MBA, FAAP, FACHE
Director, The Institute for Healthcare Quality Research
EducationProfessor, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

"The ACHEMT chapter in Nashville Tennessee is a great opportunity for healthcare professionals to network with others in an informative and dynamic educational environment."

Abbey Robinson, Ph.D, MHA, FACHE

Addressing local and national healthcare needs.

The ETHEA chapter was created to provide networking opportunities, education, and career development at the local level.

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