CCHL Recognizes Huron Studer Group Canada as the recipient of the 2019 President’s Award for Outstanding Corporate Membership in the College

March 20, 2019

The Canadian College of Health Leaders is proud to announce that Huron Studer Group Canada has been named recipient of the 2019 President’s Award for Outstanding Corporate Membership in the College.

This award recognizes a corporate member who has consistently helped the College achieve its vision, mission, values and strategic directions.

Huron Studer Group Canada, a company that helps organizations move with urgency to achieve results, positively impacting quality, safety and financial performance, has been a corporate member of the College since 2013. Their primary representative, Bonnie Cochrane, CHE, is a member of the Corporate Advisory Council and a previous member of the NHLC Planning Committee.

Huron Studer Group Canada has participated in HPRSTM, in Forum Publications and has sponsored NHLC. They have recently supported the College in the creation of the new Excellence in Patient Experience Award, which is focused on honouring organizations and individuals who have set in place innovations that improve the human experience in healthcare.

The President’s Award is given annually to a corporate member organization in good standing who has at the minimum five years of continuous involvement with the College and has supported CCHL activities and programs in a tangible manner. In addition, the successful nominee has provided advice on ways and means to enhance the College’s corporate membership program and assistance to the College in the achievement of its objectives.

This award is part of our CCHL National Awards Program and will be presented at the Honouring Health Leadership event on June 9, 2019 in Toronto prior to the 2019 National Health Leadership Conference (NHLC).

For further information and/or to arrange an interview, please contact:

Christian Coulombe
Director, Marketing and Communications
Canadian College of Health Leaders
613-235-7218, ext. 213