Ellen Zaman Inducted Into the Council of Regents for the American College of Healthcare Executives

Zaman, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’ Associate Vice President of Government and Industry Relations, Will Serve a Three-year Term

Ellen Zaman (Photo: Business Wire)

LOS ANGELES--()--Ellen Zaman, FACHE, associate vice president, Government and Industry relations at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA), was inducted into the Council of Regents for the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), representing Southern California.

Zaman was installed as a regent at ACHE's 60th Congress on Healthcare Leadership in Chicago last month. ACHE installed 28 new regents, each of whom will serve three-year terms. The elected regents will represent ACHE members in their respective jurisdictions. All of the regents are board certified in healthcare management as ACHE fellows.

More than 2,600 health care leaders of ACHE’s local chapters, Health Care executives of Southern California and the San Diego Association of Health Leaders, elected Zaman as Regent for Southern California to represent them on the governing body of ACHE.

As Regent, Zaman will continue the advancement of education, professional development and connectivity for health care leaders, executives, faculty and students throughout the region.

Zaman, the immediate past president of the Healthcare Executives of Southern California, is Board Certified in health care management. She holds a Master of Public Administration from New York University, and a Master of Social Welfare from Fordham University.

About Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is dedicated to creating hope and building healthier futures for children. Founded in 1901, CHLA is one of the nation’s leading pediatric academic medical centers and is acknowledged worldwide for its leadership in pediatric and adolescent health. The hospital relies on the generosity of the community to support its groundbreaking pediatric research and the complex care it provides for critically ill and injured children.

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Contacts

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Monica Rizzo, (323) 361-5745
mrizzo@chla.usc.edu

Contacts

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Monica Rizzo, (323) 361-5745
mrizzo@chla.usc.edu