ACHSA

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ACHSAAmerican Correctional Health Services Association
ACHSAAssociation of Community Human Service Agencies (Los Angeles, CA)
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Miles, MPA, is executive director of programs at the American Correctional Health Services Association and senior associate at McKing Consulting in Atlanta.
* American Correctional Health Services Association, 2003 Multidisciplinary Training Conference, "Health Services and Security Working Together in Harmony," April 10-13, Wyndham Baltimore Inner Harbor Hotel, Baltimore.
Coordinator: Royanne Schissel, R.N., CCHP, President-Elect, American Correctional Health Services Association, and Nursing Director, Sheriff Medical Services, San Diego County Sheriff's Department, San Diego, California
He is the immediate past president of the American Correctional Health Services Association, an affiliate of ACA.
Linthicum is an advanced certified correctional health professional and a member of the Society of Correctional Physicians and the American Correctional Health Services Association. For the past two years, she has served on ACA's Program Planning Committee.
* American Correctional Health Services Association, Annual Conference, March 15-18, Atlanta.
She is a member of the American Correctional Health Services Association and currently serves on ACA's Health Care Committee.
More than 4,000 corrections professionals from the United States and around the world gathered together in Phoenix for the 2000 Winter Conference, which, for the first time, was co-hosted by the American Correctional Health Services Association (ACHSA).
The American Correctional Health Services Association (ACHSA) has developed a Code of Ethics for correctional health care providers (see chart at right).
Lynette Mundey, M.D., treasurer of the American Correctional Health Services Association (ACHSA), is the bureau chief of clinical services for the D.C.
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