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Georgia Health Care Association 2018 Winter Convention & Trade Show
2018-01-16 - 2019-01-19
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The 2018 GHCA/GCAL Winter Convention packs a lot of might into just a few days covering topics on leadership, staffing, Requirements of Participation, Infection Control and many others, enabling you to earn up to 22 CEUs for licensed nursing home administrators and nurses. The Georgia Health Care Association/Georgia Center for Assisted Living (GHCA/GCAL) is a non-profit association of skilled nursing care centers, assisted living centers, and home & community based case managers called SOURCE. The association represents 95% of skilled nursing care centers in Georgia. It represents the best interests of patients, residents and consumers as well as owners, administrators, and other personnel. GHCA/GCAL strives to enhance the ability of our members to provide competent and compassionate care to meet the ever changing health care needs of Georgia’s infirm, elderly and disabled citizens. GHCA/GCAL is committed to continuously improve the quality of life of all persons requiring post-acute care and long term health care. To achieve these goals, GHCA/GCAL works closely with government agencies and other trade and professional associations in developing, amending, and implementing, sound legislation, regulatory policies, and standards of care. GHCA/GCAL works to influence society and government to invest in the wellbeing of elderly and disabled individuals and to assure access to care. GHCA/GCAL is committed to developing necessary and reasonable public policies which balance economic and regulatory principles to support quality care and quality of life.GHCA/GCAL is dedicated to professionalism and ethical behavior among all who provide post-acute and long term care, thus earning the confidence and trust of Georgia’s public.
You will also enjoy numerous networking events that will provide you with an opportunity to catch up with your colleagues.