The College: Where Canadian Health Leaders Connect
Bringing together Canadian health leaders from every discipline, region, career stage and sector, the College creates extraordinary opportunities for our members to connect, learn and inspire their leadership. By supporting our members in becoming the leaders they want to be, we empower our health system with the leadership to serve all Canadians.
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BUILD YOUR NETWORK.
Connect with health leaders in your region and across the country to share knowledge, find new avenues for collaboration, and advance your career.
DEVELOP YOUR POTENTIAL.
Participate in our national mentorship program, attend a webinar, or take on a volunteer leadership role to develop your capacity and visibility as a leader.
STRENGTHEN YOUR ORGANIZATION.
Help your team achieve its goals by working with the College to foster a leadership culture through the LEADS framework.
JOIN YOUR COMMUNITY.
Whether connecting with leaders in your region or building your national network, if you are a health leader in Canada, you’ll find your community at the College.
Corporate MembershipCorporate membership is defined as corporations and organizations that supply products and services to the healthcare industry who need access to the right people to reach the right market. The College represents a nation-wide membership of leading decision-makers from all sectors of healthcare.
Become a student member today to:
- Begin building your network early on and develop meaningful connections that can lead to career opportunities.
- Stand out from the crowd through CCHL’s professional development resources including: mentoring, webinars, publications, and much more.
- Earn your CHE certification, at a discounted price, while working on your degree.
- Gain access to all CCHL member benefits for a fraction of the price of a regular membership.
Students include all individuals who are enrolled in a program at the baccalaureate level, or higher, at an accredited degree-granting institution.