The winners of the CHLM Employer of Excellence award

Learn About Best APP Models From These Employers

How do you recruit and retain the best PA talent at your workplace? Among those with excellent hiring potential are PA employers that have advanced practice provider (APP) structures formed to offer management and leadership opportunities for PAs and NPs.
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10 AAPA Resources Faculty Advisors Should Know About

Paula Miksa, PA-C, is passionate about helping PA students become leaders. She takes every opportunity to empower and encourage PA students to consider leadership opportunities. A faculty advisor, she shares ten resources she’s found most helpful when guiding student leaders.
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You’ve Got This: Become a Distinguished Fellow

You’ve got lots of letters after your name. You’ve received honors at work, and you’ve delivered CME presentations. You’re well on your way to being recognized as one of AAPA’s Distinguished Fellows. Find out how you can be honored with the distinction.
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Help Your Employer Recognize the Power of the PA Workforce

Not all PAs are lucky enough to work at an organization that fully recognizes all the ways in which PAs contribute to the healthcare continuum. You can help your employer recognize the power of the PA workforce and fully utilize advanced practice providers (APPs), including PAs, across their organizations.
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Grow Your Hospital Career with FACHE Credential

For PAs interested in transitioning from clinical leader to executive within a hospital or healthcare organization, consider the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management (CHLM) Leadership Institute.
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First Army Officer Speaks at Latina Leadership Conference

First Army’s Maj. Kelly Guerra recently returned home to California to serve as a guest panelist at a Latina Leadership Conference at Concordia University-Irvine. Maj. Guerra shared her journey from college through becoming a commissioned officer.