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ACHE Awards - 2015

Lofton, Umbdenstock, Garner win ACHE Awards

Lofton, Umbdenstock, Garner win ACHE Awards

By David May  |  February 07, 2015

The American College of Healthcare Executives gave its highest awards this year to Kevin Lofton, CEO of Catholic Health Initiatives, based in Englewood, Colo., and Richard Umbdenstock, CEO of the American Hospital Association.

AHA's Richard Umbdenstock wins ACHE Gold Medal award

AHA's Richard Umbdenstock wins ACHE Gold Medal award

By Andis Robeznieks  |  February 07, 2015

Sister Carol Keehan, CEO of the Catholic Health Association, recalls how hard American Hospital Association CEO Richard Umbdenstock worked behind the scenes to develop a unified hospital industry response in support of President Barack Obama's healthcare reform effort.

Slide Show: Richard Umbdenstock - ACHE Gold Medal winner

Slide Show: Richard Umbdenstock - ACHE Gold Medal winner

By Modern Healthcare  |  February 07, 2015

Richard Umbdenstock, president and CEO of the American Hospital Association, is one of two winners of the American College of Healthcare Executives' Gold Medal Award, the organization's highest honor.

Slide Show: Kevin Lofton - ACHE Gold Medal winner

Slide Show: Kevin Lofton - ACHE Gold Medal winner

By Modern Healthcare  |  February 07, 2015

Kevin Lofton, CEO of Englewood, Colo.-based Catholic Health Initiatives, is one of two winners of the American College of Healthcare Executives' Gold Medal Award, the organization's highest honor.

ACHE gives Mario Garner Young Healthcare Executive Award

ACHE gives Mario Garner Young Healthcare Executive Award

By Mike Mitka  |  February 07, 2015

For nine years, following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, eastern New Orleans was without a hospital. In July 2014, New Orleans East Hospital, an 80-bed public facility, opened its doors, returning medical care and jobs to a community in need of both.

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