Southeast MN (LPC)

Who We Are?

We are a subset of ACHE-MN with a mission of fostering relationships, education, and collaboration between healthcare leaders across the region. The ACHE Local Program Council in Southeast Minnesota exists to further your leadership, your educational needs, and career aspirations. We are a local connection for healthcare professionals in all areas; academic medicine, biotechnology, payers, suppliers, critical access hospitals, and more.

Seasoned leaders

Seasoned leaders find a myriad of ways to deepen connections with colleagues and contribute as mentors, speakers, and program facilitators.

Mid-careerists

Mid-careerists appreciate educational and networking opportunities which enable them to stay on the cutting edge of trends and best practice.

Early careerists

Early careerists benefit from educational and leadership opportunities which differentiate them as emerging leaders.

Physicians

Physicians find opportunities to explore healthcare leadership from a different vantage point while potentially adding to their professional credentials as a Fellow of the College.

Pre-professional administration and health students

Pre-professional administration and health students explore and deepen their interests in the field through networking and education events.

About the SE Minnesota Local Program Council

Council

Diversity & Inclusion

Open

Communications

Mentorship

Executive Liaison

Natalie A. Caine, FACHE

Formed in the fall of 2010 as part of the ACHE Minnesota Chapter our region includes healthcare leaders in thirteen counties:

Dodge, Faribault, Fillmore, Freeborn, Goodhue, Houston, Mower, Olmsted, Rice, Steele, Wabasha, Waseca, Winona