Organized in 1952, the North Carolina Hospital Engineers Association (NCHEA), is a not-for-profit, incorporated association dedicated to serving and promoting the healthcare engineering profession. Our vision is to be the leader in providing extended technical and management professional growth for our members through building relationships among Facility Managers and Engineers in the State of North Carolina and establishing contact with manufacturers and distributors of healthcare services to better qualify ourselves for managing the environment.
The Association is an affiliated chapter of the American Society for Healthcare Engineering of the American Hospital Association. The Membership consist of healthcare facility managers, as well as, vendors, architects and engineers who have expertise or specific interest in healthcare.
The NCHEA is very proactive and innovative in offering high quality, economically reasonable programs and benefits that are valuable to its members. Resources are efficiently and effectively devoted to technical and regulatory educational programs, self-development and professional growth instruction, and building relationships with suppliers that are experts in the field and offer state of the art technology.
Clearly, healthcare is changing daily and we must accept the challenges each day brings. As we continue the transition and overcome the opportunities brought to us by the new millennium, the Association will continue to dedicate itself to meeting the needs of its members by advancing the field of healthcare facilities management, promoting the purposes of the state and national organizations, and maintaining an efficient and effective organization.
This organization is characterized by a long-standing reputation for quality and professionalism. All facility professionals can use the Association to reach new levels of achievement in their profession.
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