Pacific Coast Triage Services invites to you come and chat with our team at the 2019 California Medical Group Management Association (CAGMA) conference in Palm Springs, CA this week. We will be located in Booth #20 at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Golf Resort.
The Ritz-Carlton Leadership Center will be presenting a ‘Best Practices for Service Excellence in Healthcare’ Keynote Series. Discover how a service excellence culture results in a patient-centric environment, through engaged employees and gain new insights that can be applied to your healthcare organization. Pacific Coast Triage Services will be present to best understand how we can be most of-service to our clients and we will also have a booth where you can meet our owner and CEO, Amber Girard, RN. Come by our booth to understand the myriad ways working with our triage service can benefit not only your patients but your own quality of life as a practitioner.
Amber Girard, RN – Owner & CEO of PCTS, on a mission in Uganda February 2019. This mission supports the women of WEND Africa who are formerly abducted child soldiers forced to marry LRA rebel men. They all had children in captivity and are now seamstresses working, gaining skills and supporting their children. This mission also supports the children with severe seizure disorder called Nodding Syndrome that regionally developed in displacement camps during the LRA insurgency.
We are also doing a giveaway! Stop by and enter to win a Series 4 Apple Watch with GPS. The winner will be selected at the close of the event.
CAGMA exists to support the professional development of the members of the California Medical Group Management Association through a broad range of practice leadership, professional development, educational opportunities, and networking activities. The California Medical Group Management Association is a non-profit association comprised exclusively of medical group administrators and other professionals engaged in medical group practice management administration. CAMGMA provides a forum for the exchange of ideas among health care professionals and educational programs geared to enhancing the understanding of medical group management.