The National Forum for Latino Healthcare Executives (NFLHE) is a national organization led by senior executive health care leaders in the U.S.
NFLHE members include Latino/Latina executive leaders of U.S. hospitals and healthcare organizations and experts in the fields of health care policy and practice. The principal strategic objectives of NFLHE are to increase the representation of Latinos at the executive level of U.S. hospitals and health systems and to provide a resource base of input from Latino executives in the areas of legislation, regulation, and policy affecting the health and health care of U.S. Latino communities.
Together we can work with our nation’s healthcare systems and hospitals to meet the needs of our diverse communities. We are committed to preparing the next generation of Latino healthcare executives-leaders who will help meet the challenges for the nation’s future and improve healthcare for our families. NFLHE will soon be introducing its mentoring and trustee program and look forward to your participation.
The NFLHE serves as a national presence and voice in health policy and research. NFLHE aims to interact with other national leaders to be a thoughtful and experienced voice with respect.