ACHE of South Florida


ACHE of South Florida (ACHE-SFL) is the local official chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and provides members with educational programs, networking and volunteer opportunities, career and advancement resources and the ability to connect with healthcare executives.

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Why Join ACHE?

As a member, you'll join more than 48,000 healthcare leaders from across the country and around the world who are dedicated to improving health. If you want to connect with local healthcare professionals, join ACHE and select ACHE of South Florida as your home chapter.

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We invite you to attend the many events we host throughout the year, including educational programs, networking events, webinars, seminars and much more.

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Enrique E. Serrano RT(N), MBA, originally planned to study business after graduating from high school. But a part-time job in an imaging facility led him on a different path, piquing his interest in healthcare while building his leadership skills.

“I was working as a tech assistant at an imaging facility, and found myself really loving what I was doing,” he explained. “When the opportunity presented itself for me to earn a two-year degree and become a nuclear medicine technologist, I decided to convert to health care.”

Serrano worked his way through the ranks at the imaging facility and was soon taking on a leadership role. “I met the owner of the center while doing clinicals; he was in the X-ray program and I was in the nuclear medicine program,” said Serrano. “He was starting to offer nuclear medicine services to the public and I was given the opportunity of opening his first nuclear medicine lab in Miami Lakes.

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