National Health Care Facilities and Engineering Week
Caring for Facilities. Caring for Patients. | October 22-28, 2017
Take the time to recognize staff for all they do to optimize the health care physical environment during National Health Care Facilities & Engineering Week, October 22-28, 2017.
You and your staff are important members of the health care team – your department keeps your facility operational, safe, and efficient. Because of all you do, there is power; running water; and a clean, comfortable, and safe healing environment for all who walk through your doors. What you may think is ordinary is truly extraordinary. Without you and your staff’s efforts, the doors of your facility would not be open.
Participate in the 2017 Facebook Video Challenge!
This year, ASHE is encouraging National Health Care Facilities & Engineering Week participants to share a short video on Facebook explaining and/or showing how they support patient care. The video with the most reactions (ex. “like,” “love,” “wow,” “haha”) will win the following prizes:
- A basket of ASHE branded gifts!
- A special Chicago treat!
- Bragging rights!
How to participate:
- Gather your team and film a brief video explaining or showing how you support patient care. (Ex. We support patient care by __________.) No special editing or equipment is required. A simple smart phone video will do just fine.
- Follow us on Facebook
- Post the video on Facebook between October 22 and 28 with the hashtag #HealthEngWeek. Also, be sure to tag ASHE (American Society for Healthcare Engineering) in your post.
- Encourage friends, colleagues, and others to “like” your video.
- The video with the highest number of Facebook reactions by Monday, October 30 at 9 a.m. CT will win!
2017 MEMBERS ONLY COMPLIMENTARY WEBINARS
Just Ask ASHE
Monday, October 23
Advanced Electrical Distribution: Improve System Resiliency, Performance, Energy Efficiency & Safety
Tuesday, October 24
A special song in honor of National Health Care Facilities & Engineering Week
ASHE staff member, Tim Adams, has written and performed this song in honor of the countless individuals dedicating their lives to providing, managing and maintaining the health care physical environment. Thank you for what you do!