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AMH President Attains Fellow Status in the American College of Healthcare Executives|
ARLINGTON, Texas — Oscar L. Amparan, president of Arlington Memorial Hospital (AMH) and executive vice president of Texas Health Resources, recently earned Fellow status in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).
To become a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE), Amparan had to complete a three year tenure as an ACHE member or Diplomat, complete a post baccalaureate degree, hold a health care management position for at least five years, exhibit leadership both in professional and civic organizations, complete 40 hours of continuing education credits over the past five years and pass a comprehensive board of governor's examination in health care management.
Meeting and exceeding these requirements, Amparan has served as an ACHE Diplomat since 1980 and has been in health care management over 30 years. His Fellow status was effective January 1, 2007, and is a hallmark credential signifying Amparan's extensive health care experience, commitment to leadership and knowledge of health care management.
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