The ACHCA Hall of Fame recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the American College of Health Care Administrators over an extended period of time or for a unique and lasting contribution to the College. 


Eligibility for the Hall of Fame

  • Candidates must have been a member of the College for 15 years.  There may be some early members (1960’s) that did not meet the tenure requirement and may be considered without meeting this requirement.
  • Candidates must have attained the status of Fellow.
  • Candidates must have served ACHCA in leadership roles and contributed to the success of the College in a variety of ways.

Process of Selection

Members may nominate eligible candidates by submitting the Hall of Fame nomination form. Signatures from five (5) active Fellows must be obtained to complete the nomination process.  Elections to the Hall of Fame will occur during the same cycle as national elections for officers and board members.  Members of the Hall of Fame Committee shall vote on membership with a requirement of at least 75% of the vote in favor of the nominee to be elected.  

Successful nominees will be submitted to the current ACHCA Board of Directors for ratification.  No more than four candidates will be elected to the Hall of Fame each year.

Nominations must be received by January 31, 2024. 


Elected members of the Hall of Fame will be recognized during an awards program at the ACHCA Annual Convocation. A permanent online recognition will be maintained on the ACHCA website, and a permanent plaque with names of the elected members to the Hall of Fame will be maintained and exhibited at the annual Convocation. 

Note: If you don't wish to use the online form, you can submit the PDF Hall of Fame nomination form (you must download the form to upload the signatures). To capture the signatures separately, down the PDF signature form.  If you have questions, send an e-mail.


Inaugural Inductees and the 2023 Hall of Fame recipients
Annual Convocation & Exposition in Baltimore, Maryland