The Kansas Association of Health Care Communicators is a group of health care communications professionals dedicated to improving communication with our communities, health care employees, physicians, media and more. KAHCC provides the following benefits for new and experienced communication professionals: two educational seminars; networking with peers; and membership directory; and online list serve.
KAHCC membership runs from Jan. 1 through Dec. 31. To join or renew your KAHCC membership, download and complete your membership application and send the completed membership form with payment made payable to KAHCC and mail to: KHA, Attention Jan Fenwick, 215 SE 8th Ave. Topeka, KS 66603-3906. If you have questions regarding KAHCC, contact: KAHCC President Katie Allen at (785) 874-2205; or contact KHA Liaison Shelby Stacy at (785) 233-7436.
Register for the 2023 KAHCC Spring Conference and Emerald Awards presentation, June 1-2, at the Bluemont Hotel in Manhattan. The hotel room block ends Tuesday, May 2. The KAHCC Board has assembled a captivating slate of speakers while providing you the opportunity to network with health care marketing and communications peers from across the state. Along with showcasing KAHCC member achievements over the past year through the Emerald Awards, the event includes an evening activity at the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art at Kansas State University, followed by dinner at Union Station by JP's. Event and registration details are in the conference brochure.
Would you like to attend the KAHCC Spring Conference, but financial restrictions are preventing you from attending? Don’t miss out on this great educational and networking event. KAHCC is pleased to offer financial need scholarships to our members to attend the KAHCC Spring Conference. Apply today.
Know of an organization that you work with that would be interested in participating as a sponsor of KAHCC? Don't be shy! Share the sponsorship flyer with your vendors. It's a great way for KAHCC members and vendors to be introduced to one another and learn about the services they provide.