ACHE MENA GROUP Workshop: Overview of the ACHE Board of Governor Examination.
The American College of Healthcare Executives Middle East and North Africa (ACHE MENA) Group conducted an educational workshop on Saturday, May 5th, 2018. Organized and sponsored by Al Zahra Hospital, Dubai, the workshop provided an “Overview of ACHE Board of Governors (BOG) Examination in Healthcare Management”. The event was attended by over 50 healthcare professionals from around the region.
The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) is a professional membership association based in the United States of America. ACHE has been in existence for over 80 years with members all over the global exceeding 40,000, who lead hospitals and healthcare institutions. ACHE offers great educational programs and networking events. By joining ACHE one can begin the path to becoming board certified in healthcare management as an ACHE Fellow, a great way to distinguish oneself.
Founded in 2006, ACHE MENA is an actively functioning international group based in the UAE, representing over 200 members in the region. ACHE MENA conducts numerous educational/networking events in the UAE in collaboration with like-minded organizations. The purpose of these educational activities is to support members’ advancement to the fellow status. The May 5th workshop was one such event being hosted by Al Zahra Hospital, Dubai. Eminent people cum industry leaders spoke on some of the core knowledge areas of the BOG Examination.
“Al Zahra Hospital, Dubai, was extremely happy to host the ACHE workshop and have such eminent regional healthcare leaders speaking at the event. Al Zahra hospital, Dubai is a great supporter of the ACHE MENA group and looks forward to more fruitful collaborations,” said Dr Mohaymen Abdelghany, CEO of Al Zahra Hospital, Dubai.
“ACHE MENA would like to sincerely thank Al Zahra Hospital, Dubai leadership for hosting this event. We wish to continue this collaboration with the Hospital for the years to come and to support healthcare executives in the region”, states Mr. Krishnan Sankaranarayanan, President of ACHE MENA.