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Developing and Celebrating

the Next Generation of

Minority Healthcare Leaders

 

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ABOUT

NAHSE

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF

HEALTH SERVICE EXECUTIVES 

(EST 1968)

The National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE) is a non-profit association of Black health care executives founded in 1968 for the purpose of promoting the advancement and development of Black health care leaders, and elevating the quality of health care services rendered to minority and undeserved communities. 

SOUTH CAROLINA CHAPTER

(EST 1995)

The South Carolina Chapter of NAHSE was founded in 1995 with Fred Hobby, Diversity Officer at Greenville Hospital System as its first president.  The SC Chapter continues to align itself with the national mission by striving to advance opportunities to improve the health of South Carolinians, advance minority leadership at all levels of health organizations, and support its students. 

OUR VISION

NAHSE will be recognized globally as the premier professional membership society for Blacks in health care management. NAHSE strives to improve the health status, economic opportunities and educational advancement of the communities we serve. NAHSE is committed to the Association goals by providing: Professional Programs/Workshops Educational Programs A Job Bank/Mentoring Scholarship Student Internship Community Service Projects Health Policy Impact Expanding Business Contracting Opportunities.

NAHSE places its origin as far back as the early 1930’s, when a group of black health executives formed what was then called the National Hospital Association (NHA), an affiliate of the National Medical Association (NMA). In 1936, a meeting of all “Negro hospital executives” was called and held at Lincoln Hospital in Durham, NC. At that meeting, the NHA was renamed the National Conference of Hospital Administration (NCHA). Dr. Albert W. Dent was named Chairman and Mr. John Procope was named Secretary-Treasurer. After several changes in leadership, the Conference’s activities were limited to one informal meeting held in conjunction with the annual AHA meeting. In 1968, NAHSE was formed and Mr. Everett V. Fox was named the first President.

Since its inception, NAHSE has sponsored and participated in local and national programs designed to improve quality, access, and availability of health services and to expand educational opportunities in the field of health services administration. NAHSE has a proud heritage, one we celebrate each and every year at our National Educational Conference.

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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR
2024-2025 CHAPTER OFFICERS

Learn more about each candidate by selecting their headshots.

Dr. Anthony Thompson

Sr. Manager, Unite Us

President

Mariyah Jackson

Director, Parkside Ob-Gyn

President Elect

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Chenita Graham

Director, MUSC Health

Columbia Ambulatory Practices

Parliamentarian

Dr. Kim Butler Willis

Managing Director,

GOODSTOCK Consulting, LLC

Treasurer

Geoffrey Williams

Director,

Outpatient Behavioral Care

Prisma Health Baptist

 Past President

UPCOMING EVENTS

& ANNOUNCEMENTS

Events

SC NAHSE General Body Meetings
Jan 16, Mar 19, May 21, Sept 17, Nov 19 | 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Use the contact form to join our listserv for meeting links and detials.

2024 National NAHSE Goals

A - Amplify Black voices in healthcare
B - Build the pipeline of future Black healthcare executives
L - Lead by example
E - Ensure the sustainability of NAHSE

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Building the Pipeline:
SC NAHSE sponsors Midlands SC BNA Scholarship Luncheon

December 2023

Minority Mental Health Awareness:

A Conversation with Dr. Frank Clark

Mental health for minorities has become an increasing concern across the United States. Tune in to learn what we can do. Join the conversation by clicking on the video to listen to the virtual forum with Dr. Frank Clark, Psychiatrist, Prisma Health

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Amplifying Black Voices:
What healthcare organizations can do to advance diversity, equity and inclusion in the workforce

A report from the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions and the National Association of Health Services Executives

Leadership Masterclass:

Leadership in Crisis

COVID-19 has forced all new and veteran leadership to re-examine their leadership styles to better understand its strengths and weaknesses. 

 

Join the conversation by clicking on the video to listen to the virtual forum with:

  • Mr. Vince Ford, VP Community Health Services, Prisma Health

  • Mr. Ron Harvey, VP Global Core Strategies and Consulting

as we discuss the importance of the solid leadership during this historic time.

SUPPORTING SC NAHSE

The South Carolina Chapter of NAHSE is committed to increasing the

number of minority leaders in healthcare, and we need your support!

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