ACHE-SETC: A Place for Physicians
The ACHE national organization recognizes the importance of providing resources for physicians of all career levels. ACHE has developed a myriad of leadership development programs, self-assessment tools, resume tools, job search essentials, networking resources, and mentorship programs to accommodate healthcare leaders across the entire spectrum.
ACHE-SouthEastTexasChapter works to create a community of professionals and serves its members through many opportunities to prosper.
ACHE-SETC offers many opportunities to strengthen and develop physicians both personally and professionally through an ever-expanding list of resources, networking and professional events, and educational experiences. Click the link below to find out more!
Resources | Physician Leadership
Join a community of leaders that invests in your personal and professional development, expands your available resources, and offers networking opportunities. ACHE-SETC is the place for physicians.
“I see personal value in the FACHE Credential – it demonstrates that I am committed to the principles of healthcare leadership and to lifelong learning as a healthcare executive. Active membership in the ACHE-SETC has created a network of peers and colleagues that I would have otherwise never had. I’m so happy to have discovered the benefits of the ACHE during my years as a full-time surgery faculty member and that I have grown within the ACHE as my administrative responsibilities increased. I think all physicians who also balance administrative roles could benefit from what the ACHE has to offer.”
Carla C. Braxton MD, MBA, FACS, FACHE
Surgical Critical Care Medicine
Chief Medical Officer, Chief Quality Officer
Houston Methodist West and Houston Methodist Continuing Care Hospitals (Katy and TMC Locations)
“As a physician informatics leader, ACHE has provided me with insight on clinical and operational activities through their educational sessions. In addition, ACHE has given me the opportunity to network with a diverse healthcare leadership community.”
Anwar Mohammad Sirajuddin (Siraj)
Sr. Vice President, Chief Health Informatics Officer
Harris Health System