Alabama Council of Hospital Auxiliaries (ACHA)

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Welcome to the home page of the Alabama Council of Hospital Auxiliaries (ACHA), the statewide organization designed to support volunteers at hospitals, nursing homes and other health care organizations. An affiliate of the Alabama Hospital Association, the ACHA provides programs and services that enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of auxiliaries, in an effort to improve the overall quality of health care provided to Alabamians.

2019 ACHA Fall Conference ◊ Oct. 6-9 ◊ DoubleTree by Hilton Birmingham

  


 

2018-2019 ACHA Board

ACHA Chairman
Linda Patterson
Providence Hospital Auxiliary

ACHA Chairman-elect
Bonnie Molett
Vaughan Regional Medical Center Auxiliary

ACHA Past Chairman
Carol Hunter
University of Alabama Hospital Auxiliary

ACHA District I Chairman
Tom Guyton
Decatur Morgan Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary

ACHA District I Vice Chairman
Betty Gallagher
Highlands Medical Center Auxiliary

ACHA District II Chairman
Jack Sadler
Shelby Baptist Medical Center Auxiliary

ACHA District II Vice Chairman
Annette Morrison
Fayette Medical Center Auxiliary

ACHA District III Chairman / Program Chair-elect
Johnnie Knott
Greene County Hospital Auxiliary
Bryan W. Whitfield Memorial Hospital Auxiliary

ACHA District III Vice Chairman
Fay Burns
East Alabama Medical Center Auxiliary

ACHA District IV Chairman
Patricia Juzang-Gardner
USA Children’s and Women’s Hospital Auxiliary

ACHA District IV Vice Chairman
Frances Dixon
USA Children’s and Women’s Hospital Auxiliary

ACHA Newsletter Chairman
LaVerne Roxby
Huntsville Hospital Auxiliary

ACHA Gift Shop Chairman
Betty Hendrix
Marshall Medical Center North Auxiliary

ACHA Program Chairman
Carol Bell
Bryan W. Whitfield Memorial Hospital

ACHA Project Chairman
Patsy Haynes
Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center Auxiliary

DVS Liaison
Glenn Ireland, CDVS
Princeton Baptist Medical Center

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For the purpose of maintaining good communications between the local auxiliaries and the ACHA board, there are four district auxiliaries. To view a county map detailing the districts, click here. The Board of the ACHA has developed a Manual, which contains the ACHA state bylaws and information to help structure and organize a local volunteer group. Click here to access the ACHA Manual.

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