Facility Managers, are you also a member of:
CASHE: Chesapeake Area Society of Healthcare Engineering
PSHFE: Pennsylvania Society of Health Facility Engineers
or ASHE: American Society of Helathcare Engineering?
If so, join Chemstar WATER at the 37th Annual CASHE-PSHFE Seminar coming up September 7-10th. Together we will hear more from the Joint Commission Inspector and our esteemed colleague and fellow legionella guru, Dr. Janet Stout of Special Pathogens Lab.
Not only will we be attending the conference, but also exhibiting! So please, stop by our booth, say hello, and let’s explore better water management treatment together.
For the full event schedule see here.
It is a local Chapter Affiliate of ASHE. The society is composed of Healthcare members in the leadership roles of engineering, maintenance, safety and management. In addition, associate members represent the sales and service organizations that support Healthcare Institutions. Founded in January of 1964, the society was developed to generate relationships through the avenue of education and friendship. Membership in the society brings about closer cooperation among members in order to promote efficiency, to provide a medium for the exchange of ideas and to disseminate material relative to healthcare engineering.
PSHFE is the advocate and resource for continuous improvement
in the health care engineering and facilities management profession
in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
With more than 12,000 members, ASHE is the largest association devoted to professionals who design, build, maintain, and operate hospitals and other health care facilities. ASHE members include health care facility managers, engineers, architects, designers, constructors, infection control specialists, and others. While our membership is diverse, ASHE members share a dedication to optimizing health care facilities and creating and maintaining safe healing environments. ASHE, a personal membership group of the American Hospital Association, is a trusted industry resource that provides education, regulatory guidance, networking, advocacy representation, and professional development for our members. ASHE is committed to its members, the facilities they build and maintain, and the patients they serve.