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Becoming a Member of FNHMA

The First Nations Health Managers Association (FNHMA) is committed to excellence in expanding health management capacity for First Nations organizations. It is a national, professional association exclusively serving the needs of individuals working for or aspiring to positions with First Nations organizations. It is responsible for providing training, certification, and professional development opportunities in health management.

FNHMA provides leadership in health management activities by developing and promoting quality standards, practices, research, certification, and professional development to expand capacity for members and First Nations organizations. Members can assist organizations to maximize their use of resources, strengthen decision-making, and deliver quality programs. FNHMA and its members’ successes contribute to strengthening the health management capabilities of First Nations organizations in Canada.    

FNHMA promotes and contributes to the advancement of First Nations health management and provides opportunities to share knowledge. Health managers from across Canada can take advantage of the professional program leading to certification and the Certified First Nations Health Manager professional designation. They can increase their knowledge of health management and achieve their peak professional growth.

FNHMA prepares individuals to work with new knowledge and skills, and assists its members and their organizations to set strategic goals, successfully implement business plans, and deliver quality health service programs.

Members of FNHMA will benefit from various programs and services in place and in development:

For more information on the First Nations Health Managers Association, please click here to access the information guide.

Membership Categories:

Certified - For those individuals that have successfully met the requirements to obtain and maintain the CFNHM ($300.00 Annual Dues)

Candidate - For those working in a variety of First Nations health management areas and looking to become certified. ($175.00 Annual Dues)

Corporate - Individual Associate
- For individuals that have an interest in First Nations  health management and do not fit into other membership categories. ($175.00 Annual Dues)

Corporate - Associations - For not-for-profit organizations that support the FNHMA and its mission and are interested in First Nations health issues. ($300.00 Annual Dues)

Corporate - Business/Government - For those organizations that support the FNHMA and its mission. ($500.00 Annual Dues)

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Register today for FNHMA's upcoming 1.5 day workshop: Governance for the Health Portfolio Councillor and Elected Leader, March 18 and 19, 2015

Course 200 intensive delivery coming to Alberta! Click here for more information.

Hot off the press, Fall/Winter 2014 Newsletter now available!

Considering certification? Click here to access the information guide.

The next CFNHMP online course session begins February 9, 2015. Click here to register.

First Nation Health Manager's Toolbox Publications Available

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