Georgia Hospital Association

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The Georgia Hospital Association (GHA) is a non-profit trade association of 174 hospital and health system members. GHA was established in 1929 and provides education, research and risk management services to its members. It also represents and advocates health policy issues benefiting Georgia's citizens before the state legislature and U.S. Congress as well as before regulatory bodies. GHA is headquartered near Atlanta in Marietta, GA. GHA is an allied member of the American Hospital Association. [1]

Affiliated societies[edit]

The Georgia Hospital Association sponsors the following a professional membership societies:

  • Georgia Academy of Healthcare Attorneys (GAHA)
  • Georgia Association for Development Professionals (GADP)
  • Georgia Organization of Nurse Leaders (GONL)
  • Georgia Society for Clinical and Resource Management (GSCRM)
  • Georgia Society for Directors of Volunteer Services (GSDVS)
  • Georgia Society for Healthcare Chaplains (GSHC)
  • Georgia Society for Healthcare Consumer Advocacy (GSHCA)
  • Georgia Society for Healthcare Executive Assistants (GSHEA)
  • Georgia Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (GSHHRA)
  • Georgia Society for Healthcare Marketing and Public Relations (GSHMPR)
  • Georgia Society for Healthcare Materials Management (GSHMM)
  • Georgia Society for Healthcare Physician Services and Recruitment (GSHPSR)
  • Georgia Society for Hospital Engineers (GSHE)
  • Georgia Society for Managed Care (GSMC)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Georgia Hospital Association (GHA)". gha.org. Retrieved 2009-11-02. 

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