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April 12, 2012, marks the 18th annual UNC Healthcare Executives’ Student Association & ACHE Triangle Healthcare Executives’ Forum Dinner at the William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education.
 
 
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March 21, 2012 - PRLog -- April 12, 2012, marks the 18th annual UNC Healthcare Executives’ Student Association & ACHE Triangle Healthcare Executives’ Forum Dinner at the William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education.  The topic will be on the Emergence of Cancer Centers.  The panelists consist of hospital department heads such as Vickie Byler of Rex Cancer Center, Carolyn Carpenter of Duke Cancer Institute, and Ray Lafrenaye of UNC Hospitals.  The single panelist not associated with a hospital is Brian Maxwell, Director of Healthcare at MHAworks Architecture.  MHAworks, (http://www.mhaworks.com) headquartered in Durham, North Carolina, specializes in healthcare design.  In 2011, they completed construction on UNC Hospitals’ $200-million Lineberger Cancer Center.  

The purpose of the event is to provide an open dialogue among professionals in the health care industry on a current relevant health care topic, as well as to raise funds for HESA members to attend their annual professional development event, ACHE Congress.

According to LeVelton Thomas, of UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, this dinner is THEF and HESA’s biggest fundraiser of the year and is much needed, as they are facing significant budget cuts at both school and university levels.  This is accentuated by the increased number of students who are interested in attending Congress this year.

“I am happy to be included in this panel discussion with our regions most influential health care providers.” Says Brian Maxwell of MHAworks. “It seems like a great educational experience for the students.“

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MHAworks is a progressive architecture firm serving clients in the Carolinas and Virginia from offices in Durham and Greenville, North Carolina. The firm now has a staff of 30 professionals providing architecture, interior design and planning.
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