ABBOTSFORD, BC – The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College) and the Mennonite Benevolent Society (Menno Place) recently established a strategic alliance that raises the level of leadership and management in the care of seniors in the province of British Columbia. Through this agreement the Menno Place recognizes the Certified Health Executive (CHE™) designation and supports its maintenance of certification requirements. It also ensures a collaborative environment that will help the College and its members keep abreast of trends in health leadership and management.
“We are truly delighted to have signed an agreement with Menno Place,” said Ray Racette, CHE, College President and Chief Executive Officer. “The agreement acknowledges the commitment Menno Place has made towards developing their health leaders, and recognizes the importance for their health leaders to become certified and earn the CHE designation.”
Menno Place is the first healthcare provider in British Columbia to commit to recognizing the CHE designation as the preferred professional credential for its leadership team. In doing so, Menno Place promotes excellence in the health leadership field and believes in the importance of a commitment to life-long learning by their leadership team.
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