CCHL Member Benefits
Membership with CCHL provides you with the leadership development, tools, knowledge and networks
you need to become a high impact leader in Canadian healthcare.
A network of health leaders and corporate, academic and organizational partners from across Canada.
Local connections and career development opportunities with 20 chapters across Canada.
National and local brand visibility, and access to a network of decision makers.
A Certified Health Executive program that increases knowledge and enhances professional image.
Access to international, national and local conferences and events focused on issues that challenge health leaders.
Relationship building and knowledge sharing between leaders with different levels of experience and expertise.
A collaborative library of e-learning resources developed across Canada and designed to refine leadership skills.
Key skills, behaviours, abilities and knowledge required to lead in all sectors and at all levels of the health system.
Recognition of outstanding leadership in healthcare and the significant contribution of volunteers.
Healthcare Management Forum
A peer-reviewed on-line journal published six times per year.
National and local volunteer positions vital to the success of the College.
A collective voice and advocate for health leaders to influence public policy.
Entry-level, mid-career and senior level leadership opportunities throughout Canada.
Group insurance rates with the Personal, PBL Insurance and Morneau Sheppel.
Group discounts with Fairmont Hotels, SilverBirch Hotels and Resorts, Skyline Resorts and Via Rail Canada.
Celebrating our 50th Anniversary
CCHL Chair Feisal Keshavjee, CHE and Vice-Chair Marianne Walker, CHE join CEO Alain Doucet to discuss the College’s 50-year anniversary.
CHE Select Program
The Certified Health Executive (CHE) Program is the only leadership designation in Canada for health leaders. The CHE is aligned to the LEADS Domains which supports self-directed, life-long learning.
CHE Select intensifies the College’s role in supporting leaders in Canadian health system to define and understand their leadership and the role they play in leading systems change, it includes individual development and will also support organizational culture and systems change.
The keynotes of prominent presenters at the National Health Leadership Conference, as well as those of my peers, inspire me. I return home with new ideas related to the role of leadership in healthcare and continue thinking about systems transformation, network development and sustainability, and public private partnerships related to my own work. The LEADS program has provided a framework for my own leadership development as well as that of my team members.
NHLC attendee, Assistant to the Director of Nursing and Clinical Services, Donald Berman Maimonides Geriatric Centre
The CHE designation has greatly enhanced my understanding of macro healthcare in Canada and helps keep me plugged into current affairs. It’s one of the many tools available through the College that are important to me and my employer.
Major Franz J. Kirk
Certified Health Executive, Officer Commanding Headquarters Company, 1 Canadian Field Hospital