Georgia Myers, a Brookhaven resident has been awarded the prestigious Certified Healthcare Administrative Professional (cHAP) Designation by the Association of Healthcare Administrative Professionals (AHCAP) of the American Hospital Association, the largest society dedicated to health care executive assistants.
Administrative Professionals who receive the cHAP Designation have met stringent requirements in education, direct professional experience and areas of professional development; and successfully completed the cHAP examination, demonstrating comprehensive knowledge of substantive skills that provide value and distinction in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Georgia is herein recognized for being among the elite in the critical and demanding field of healthcare administration.
Health care consumers and staff can be assured that cHAP Designees subscribe to a strict code of ethics, have access to the latest technology and are specialists in competencies performed regularly in practice that are considered vital to competent practice.
Georgia is a health care administrative professional with King's Daughters Medical Center in Brookhaven. She has been a member of the AHCAP since 2004. During her five years with AHCAP, Georgia has served as Membership Committee Chairman, Public Relations Committee Chairman, and Program Planning Committee Chairman. Ms Myers quote for success; “Add one grain per day to your heap so that you will learn from the power of ‘littles.”