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AcademyHealth (Formerly Association for Health Services and Research), http://www.academyhealth.org
1801 K St NW #701-L
Washington, DC 20006
Phone: 202-292-6700, Fax: 202-292-6800
American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), http://www.ache.org
The ACHE is an international professional society of nearly 30,000 healthcare executives who lead our nation's hospitals, healthcare systems, and other healthcare organizations. ACHE is known for its prestigious credentialing and educational programs and its annual Congress on Healthcare Management, which draws more than 4,000 participants each year. Through its efforts, ACHE works toward its goal of improving the health status of society by advancing healthcare leadership and management excellence.
American College of Healthcare Executives
One North Franklin Street, Suite 1700
Chicago, IL 60606-3491
Phone: 312-424-2800, Fax: 312-424-0023
American Geriatrics Society, http://www.americangeriatrics.org
The American Geriatrics Society (AGS) is the premier professional organization of health care providers dedicated to improving the health and well-being of all older adults. With an active membership of over 6,000 health care professionals, the AGS has a long history of effecting change in the provision of health care for older adults. In the last decade, the Society has become a pivotal force in shaping attitudes, policies and practices regarding health care for older people.
American Geriatrics Society
The Empire State Building
350 Fifth Avenue, Suite 801
New York, NY 10118
Phone: 212-308-1414, Fax: 212-832-8646
American Public Health Association (APHA), http://www.apha.org
The APHA is the oldest and largest organization of public health professionals in the world, representing more than 50,000 members from over 50 occupations of public health. APHA brings together researchers, health service providers, administrators, teachers, and other health workers in a unique, multidisciplinary environment of professional exchange, study, and action. APHA is concerned with a broad set of issues affecting personal and environmental health, including federal and state funding for health programs, pollution control, programs and policies related to chronic and infectious diseases, a smoke-free society, and professional education in public health.
American Public Health Association
800 I. Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001-3710
Phone: 202-777-APHA (2742), Fax: 202-777-2532
American School Health Association, http://www.ashaweb.org
The American School Health Association unites the many professionals working in schools who are committed to safeguarding the health of school-aged children. The Association, a multidisciplinary organization of administrators, counselors, dentists, health educators, physical educators, school nurses and school physicians, advocates high-quality school health instruction, health services and a healthful school environment.
American School Health Association
7263 State Route 43
P.O. Box 708
Kent, Ohio 44240
Phone: 330-678-1601, Fax: 330-678-4526
Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), http://www.astho.org
The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) is the national nonprofit organization representing the state and territorial public health agencies of the United States, the U.S. Territories, and the District of Columbia. ASTHO's members, the chief health officials of these jurisdictions, are dedicated to formulating and influencing sound public health policy, and to assuring excellence in state-based public health practice.
Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
1275 K Street NW Suite. 800
Washington, DC 20005-4006
Phone: 202-371-9090, Fax: 202-371-9797
Community Health Center Association of New York (CHCANYS), http://www.chcanys.org
The Community Health Care Association of New York State is a 30-year old not-for-profit trade association. CHCANYS currently represents about 100 community and migrant health centers, as well as service provider organizations statewide. CHCANYS provides technical workshops, education and training services, and advocacy at both the state and national levels on behalf of its members. The community, and migrant health centers, represented by CHCANYS serve New Yorkers who are predominately Medicaid beneficiaries or uninsured, in both urban and rural medically underserved communities.
Community Health Care Association of New York State
254 W. 31st Street
New York, NY 10001
Phone: 212-279-9686, Fax: 212-279-3851
Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA), http://www.glma.org
The Gay and Lesbian Medical Association works to maximize the quality of health services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and to foster a professional climate in which our diverse members can reach their full potential. GLMA members represent the interests of thousands of physicians, medical students, and increasingly other health care professionals, as well as millions of patients throughout North America who seek equality in health care access and delivery. GLMA's focus is to increase the visibility of the specific health concerns of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender patients and offer programs and services that we are in a unique position to provide.
Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA)
459 Fulton Street, Suite 107
San Francisco, California 94102
Phone: 415-255-4547, Fax: 415-255-4784
Greater New York Hospital Association, http://www.gnyha.org
Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA), founded in 1904, is a trade association comprising more than 200 not-for-profit hospitals and continuing care facilities, both voluntary and public, in the metropolitan New York area. GNYHA's mission is to act as the principal advocate for its members in improving the access, quality and cost of health care in the metropolitan area, and to foster an appropriate environment for managing health care resources. GNYHA accomplishes its goals through policy analysis and development, advocacy, communication, education, research, and business services.
Greater New York Hospital Association
555 West 57th Street, 15th Floor
New York, New York 10019
Phone: 212-246-7100, Fax: 212-262-6350
Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), http://www.hfma.org
HFMA is the nation's leading personal membership organization for healthcare financial management professionals. HFMA is comprised of about 32,000 members employed by hospitals, integrated delivery systems, long-term and ambulatory care facilities, managed care organizations, medical group practices, public accounting and consulting firms, insurance companies, government agencies and other healthcare organizations.
Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA)
1301 Connecticut Ave, NW., Suite 300
Washington, DC 20036-3417
Phone: 202-296-2920 Fax: 202-223-9771
Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA)
Two Westbrook Corporate Center, Suite 700
Westchester, IL 60154-5700
Phone: 1-800-252-HFMA (4362), Fax: (708) 531-0032
Metropolitan Health Administrators' Association (MHAA)
MHAA is an organization comprised of professionals actively working in health-related organizations in the New York metropolitan area. Formed in 1969, MHAA is dedicated to furthering the professional development of its members through emphasis on continuing education and interactive fellowship. MHAA strongly encourages participation with ACHE.
The Metropolitan Health Administrators' Association
111 East 14th Street, Suite 288
New York, NY 10019
National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO), http://www.naccho.org
The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) is the national nonprofit organization representing local public health agencies (including city, county, metro, district, and Tribal agencies). NACCHO provides education, information, research, and technical assistance to local health departments and facilitates partnerships among local, state, and federal agencies in order to promote and strengthen public health.
National Association of County and City Health Officials
1100 17th Street, Second Floor
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202-783-5550, Fax:202-783-1583
National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems (NAPH), http://www.naph.org
The National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems represents over 100 hospitals and health systems that together comprise the essential infrastructure of many of America's largest metropolitan health systems. Since its inception in 1980, NAPH has cultivated a strong presence on Capitol Hill, with the executive branch, and in many state capitols. Our association has made significant strides in its twenty-year history in educating federal, state and local decision makers about the unique needs of and challenges faced by member hospitals and the nation's most vulnerable populations.
National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems
1301 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 950
Washington DC 20004
Phone: 202-585-0100, Fax: 202-585-0101
National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD), http://www.nasmhpd.org
NASMHPD organizes to reflect and advocate for the collective interests of State Mental Health Authorities and their directors at the national level. NASMHPD analyzes trends in the delivery and financing of mental health services and builds and disseminates knowledge and experience reflecting the integration of public mental health programming in evolving healthcare environments. The association identifies public mental health policy issues, apprises its members of research findings and best practices in the delivery of mental health services, fosters collaboration, provides consultation and technical assistance, and promotes effective management practices and financing mechanisms adequate to sustain the mission.
National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors
66 Canal Center Plaza, Suite 302
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703-739-9333, Fax: 703-548-9517
National Environmental Health Association (NEHA), http://www.neha.org
The National Environmental Health Association was incorporated in 1937. The original impetus behind the creation of a national professional society for environmental health practitioners was the desire by professionals of that day to establish a standard of excellence for this developing profession. Drawing on the original effort that led to the creation of NEHA, the association today stands as a 5,000 member strong professional society.
National Environmental Health Association
720 S. Colorado Blvd. Suite 970-S
Denver, CO 80246-1925
Phone 303-756-9090, Fax 303-691-9490
National Healthy Start Association (NHSA), http://www.healthystartassoc.org
The National Healthy Start Association (NHSA) membership includes most of the 96 federally funded Healthy Start projects in the United States. The mission of the National Healthy Start Association is to promote the development of community-based maternal and child health programs, particularly those addressing the issues of infant mortality, low birthweight and racial disparities in perinatal outcomes.
The National Healthy Start Association
P.O. Box 25227
Baltimore, MD 21229
Phone: 410-525-1600, Fax: 410-525-1601
National Mental Health Association (NMHA), http://www.nmha.org
The National Mental Health Association is the country's oldest and largest nonprofit organization addressing all aspects of mental health and mental illness. With more than 340 affiliates nationwide, NMHA works to improve the mental health of all Americans, especially the 54 million people with mental disorders, through advocacy, education, research and service.
National Mental Health Association
2001 N. Beauregard Street, 12th Floor
Alexandria, Virginia 22311
New York Association for Ambulatory Care (NYAAC), http://www.nyaac.org
The New York Association for Ambulatory Care (NYAAC) is a voluntary, nonprofit organization of professionals from various disciplines who have a strong professional commitment to the delivery of ambulatory health care services in its various settings and have a responsibility to the people served in these different health care environments. The commonality of the membership centers on the issues that arise from the delivery of ambulatory care services. Members are employed in the health care industry in various facilities, organizations, companies, and private and governmental agencies, the majority of which are located in the metropolitan New York City area.
New York Association for Ambulatory Care
Phone: (631) 864-8392, Fax: (631) 864-8397
New York Society for Health Planning (NYSHP), http://www.nyshp.org
Established in 1982, the New York Society for Health Planning (NYSHP) is a membership organization for professionals in health care planning and related fields. More than 200 members strong, the membership is comprised of professionals from various health-related fields - strategic planning, administration and management, finance, marketing, public relations, consulting, managed care contracting and planning, physician practice, business development, community and government affairs - as well as architects, clinicians, and allied health professionals from a wide range of organizational levels.
New York Society for Health Planning
30 Jericho Turnpike, Suite 174
Commack, NY 11725
Phone: 631-864-8709, Fax: 631-864-8397
Public Health Association of New York City, http://www.phanyc.org
The Public Health Association of New York City (PHANYC) is an active professional membership organization of public health professionals throughout the greater New York area. Founded in 1938, PHANYC is one of the largest and oldest affiliates of the American Public Health Association (APHA). Its membership of nearly 400 includes individuals and organizations involved in the diverse and growing field of public health: health care providers, administrators, researchers, scientists, professors, students and activists -- many recognized leaders in the public health field in New York City. PHANYC's diversity is reflected both in its membership and in the issues and concerns it addresses; it is dedicated to promoting the health of the public through community education and professional exchange, social action, advocacy and policy analysis. With a vibrant and growing student committee, PHANYC invites and encourages students throughout the region to join in its front-line work at shaping the future of public health in New York City and beyond. Its recently launched Student Mentor Program matches interested PHANYC student members with experienced working public health professional PHANYC members to help students advance professionally in their chosen field of interest.
Public Health Association of New York City
1710 First Avenue, Suite 282
New York, NY 10128
Phone: 212-722-1063, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Society for Public Health Education, http://www.sophe.org
SOPHE is an independent, international professional association made up of a diverse membership of health education professionals and students. The Society promotes healthy behaviors, healthy communities, and healthy environments through its membership, its network of local chapters, and its numerous partnerships with other organizations. With its primary focus on public health education, SOPHE provides leadership through a code of ethics, standard for professional preparation, research, and practice; professional development; and public outreach.
Society for Public Health Education
750 First St. NE, Suite 910
Washington, DC 20002-4242
Women in Healthcare Management, Inc. (WHCM), http://www.whcm.org
WHCM provides a forum for professional women to meet peers, network, share information, and stay informed on issues affecting the health care field. Its members are managers in settings and organizations spanning the wide range of the health care industry: acute care hospitals, ambulatory and non-acute service providers, health plans and insurance, long term care and assisted living, pharmaceutical companies, and business, marketing, and legal consulting firms, etc. WHCM services include two large group meetings annually, periodic networking meetings, a job bank, inclusion in the annual member directory, and the opportunity to form small groups for more frequent and informal networking.
Women In Health Care Management
84 Fenwick Road
Newton, MA 02468