NJHA 98th Annual Meeting, Awards & Luncheon
Friday, Jan. 20, 2017
NJHA will host its 98th Annual Meeting, Awards & Luncheon on Friday, Jan. 20 at the Hyatt Regency Princeton, 102 Carnegie Center Drive.
One of NJHA’s premier membership events, the Annual Meeting brings together more than 400 executives, trustees and physicians from across the state to welcome a new board chairman and pay tribute to the best-of-the-best in New Jersey’s healthcare industry with the annual awards presentation.
Day at a Glance
American College of Healthcare Executives
Coffee & Networking
ACHE Breakfast & Awards Presentations
Witherspoon Ballroom, Lower Level
NJHA 98th Annual Meeting & Awards Presentation
Member Networking Reception
Luncheon with Keynote Speaker Jane Pauley
Join NJHA for lunch and keynote address from Jane Pauley.
A familiar face on television and one of broadcasting’s most respected journalists, Jane Pauley is praised by audiences for her relatable and personal inspirational message.
A highly regarded advocate for mental health, children’s health and education issues, Jane Pauley's celebrity fills the room with optimism, and audiences often bring her back more than once, citing the warm reception she received by the audience.
Looking for an opportunity to place your organization front and center with decision-makers at hospitals and healthcare facilities throughout the state? Then consider being a sponsor at NJHA’s 98th Annual Meeting. Contact Jessica Perl at 609-275-4224 or email@example.com for more information and to secure a spot.
NJHA and HRET offer several opportunities for members to be recognized for the work they do every day to improve community and patient health, safety and quality.
NJHA recognizes the significant contributions of individuals in New Jersey’s healthcare community who have proven their leadership and commitment to hospitals and patients through the Distinguished Service, Hospital Trustee, Healthcare System Trustee and Healthcare Professional awards.
NJHA recognizes one acute care hospital or system and one post-acute care organization for its achievements in improving quality.
The Health Research and Educational Trust of New Jersey, a nonprofit affiliate of NJHA, recognizes healthcare institutions for programs that successfully fulfill community needs.