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CHCCChildren's Hospital Central California (Madera, CA)
CHCCCalifornia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (Sacramento, CA)
CHCCCherry Hills Country Club (Cherry Hills Village, CO)
CHCCCooperative Health Care Clinic
CHCCCommission on Health Care Certification (est. 1994)
CHCCCoalition for Healthier Cities and Communities
CHCCChattahoochee Hill Country Conservancy
CHCCChristian Heritage Catholic Church (Maryland and Pennsylvania)
CHCCChattahoochee Hills County Club (Georgia)
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Administrators at CHCC work closely with the executive director to oversee the day-to-day operations of the center.
Since 1978, the CHCC has worked together with over 60 Hispanic chambers of commerce to encourage business, industry, commerce and culture.
Under the corporatewide restructuring where many positions were combined, there was no longer a slot for Weber to be the pharmacy manager at Fresno Community Hospital and Medical Center, one of the hospitals within CHCC.
Burdick comes to the CHCC with nearly 25 years of experience as a lawyer for a variety of regulated industries, including telecommunications, energy and aviation.
Wells Fargo has been part of the growth of the CHCC and Hispanic businesses in California," said Joel Ayala, President and CEO of the CHCC.
The main designers of the Harpa CHCC are Danish architectural firm Henning Larsen Architects and Icelandic architectural firm Batteriio Architects.
Before the state finalizes its climate change program they need to proactively reach out to these important stakeholders," said Eligio Nava, Chief Executive Officer of the CHCC.
NSH"), an entity created by certain stockholders of CHCC (the "Contributing Stockholders").
Management previously lowered its FY07 earnings guidance due to non-recurring items in the first half and expected client implementations of CHCC members in Q4.
CHCC is a membership organization of 44 employers, unions, and health and welfare funds currently representing 3 million Californians.
CHCC is a membership organization of employers, unions and health and welfare funds currently representing 3 million Californians.
The CHCC is the largest regional Hispanic business organization in the nation representing over 720,000 Hispanic-owned businesses.