Lindsey Creapeau, Practicum Coordinator & Instructor in the Health Care Administration (HCAD) Program recently advanced to Fellow of the American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA). The Fellow distinction is the highest membership status one can gain in recognition of professional achievement and continuous adherence to the ethical and professional standards of ACHCA.
“ACHCA would like to congratulate Lindsey on earning the professional credential, Fellow. You are now authorized to use “FACHCA” as part of your credentials. Advancement to Fellow represents the highest level of membership in ACHCA.” Bill McGinley, President and CEO, American College of Health Care Administrators, Washington D.C.
Fellowship requires a record of participation in professional continuing education, suitable formal education, community service, and at least two years of voting membership. ACHCA nationally recognized Fellow status confirms a member’s dedication to the post-acute and aging services community.
An academic voting member of the ACHCA since 2017, Creapeau serves as the faculty advisor for the ACHCA University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire student society. She is a certified dementia specialist, and health care provider. Additionally, Creapeau serves as Assistant Director of the National Emerging Leadership Summit for Health and Aging Services Executives.
Founded in 1962 the American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) is the only professional association devoted solely to meeting the professional needs of today's long-term care administrator and executive. ACHCA's mission focuses on advancing leadership excellence in long-term care through the provision of leadership education, promotion of professional advancement programs such as Fellowship and Professional Certification, and facilitation of leadership development. ACHCA’s diverse membership includes administrators from across the continuum of post-acute and aging services care.