The Kansas City Healthcare Communicators Society (KCHCS) is dedicated to assisting communicators who work in or have an interest in the health care field continue their professional development by increasing their understanding of the industry and their role in it.

In today's highly competitive and fast-changing health care world, KCHCS provides members with a unique opportunity to collaborate with their peers throughout the Greater Kansas City area.

Benefits include educational programs that are offered to members through luncheon or breakfast meetings, as well as at an annual half-day seminar. While topics often focus on the communicator's role in a changing health care industry, programs also include more general marketing and communications topics. In addition, KCHCS offers unique networking opportunities through social activities.

For more information contact 2015 KCHCS President Mallory Laur at (913) 676-2299; or KHA liason Cindy Samuelson or MHA liason Beth Morell.

KCHCS Is Accepting Membership
      Applications for 2015

Download the KCHCS 2015 Membership Application and share it with others you think would be interested. Our membership dues are $75 for a year's membership. We are looking forward to a great 2015!

Wednesday, June 10
Wednesday, Aug. 19
Friday, Oct. 9 – Fall Conference


2015 KCHCS membership applications are due to Jan Fenwick (KCHCS, Attention Jan Fenwick, 215 SE 8th Ave., Topeka, KS 66603-3906) by Wednesday, April 1.

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For more information or to register, contact Jan Fenwick at jfenwick@kha-net.org or (785) 233-7436.
For more information regarding this program, contact Lorri Dean (ldean@kha-net.org) or Deborah Stern (dstern@kha-net.org) at (785) 233-7436.
For more information regarding the KHC Summit on Quality, contact Deborah Stern at (785) 233-7436 or dstern@kha-net.org.
For more information, contact Tish Hollingsworth at (785) 233-7436 or thollingsworth@kha-net.org.
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