Community Health Institute (CHI) & EXPO is THE largest and most important annual gathering of 2000 community health center managers, clinicians, employees, board members and leaders. Every aspect of the community health center movement is represented and fully-vested at CHI, making it an excellent networking opportunity. CHI provides essential up-to-date information, training and technical assistance on the latest community health center challenges, providing professionals in the industry with cutting-edge strategies for community health center success.…read more
Planet Hollywood Hotel
Las Vegas, NV
October 27-29, 2015
NACHC’s Financial, Operations Management & Information Technology (FOM/IT) conference is your best opportunity to learn about implementing organizational change, overseeing corporate compliance, and administering information technology at your community health center.
FOM/IT is the only NACHC conference specifically designed to target the financial, operations and IT challenges Community Health Centers face, by exploring solutions through educational sessions, targeted exhibition and networking opportunities. Please join us for the 2015 FOM/IT… read more
November 16-18, 2015
The 2015 PCA & HCCN Conference is designed specifically for staff and board members of PCAs and HCCNs. The three day conference addresses important issues PCAs and HCCNs are facing today and includes updates from NACHC and HRSA/BPHC.
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Marriott Wardman Park, Washington DC
March 16 – 19, 2016
The Policy & Issues Forum (P&I) is THE largest gathering of health center clinicians, executive directors, State and Regional Primary Care partners, board members and advocates on record. This event focuses on the latest in state and federal government policies affecting Community Health Centers and health care for millions of Americans.
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Migrant Health Centers are the early pioneers of the Health Center Movement. The Migrant Health Program that was written into the Public Health Service Act of 1962 set forth new thinking in this country that health care is a basic human right. It was the precursor of major social change in a decade of the 60’s when the nation awakened to the poverty and hardship of a population for outside the mainstream. Migrant Health Centers became the model for community health centers nationwide with their core components of outreach, patient education, bilingual services, culturally-sensitive care, and community action and empowerment.
Please join us for the National Farmworker Health Conference…read more