Institute of Health Administration
Alumni of the Institute of Health Administration number more than 1,000. They hold executive-level positions in nearly every state and many foreign countries, and can be found in virtually every aspect of the healthcare industry.
Our alumni provide support to the institute by serving as preceptors for residencies and guest lecturers as well as providing extensive financial support through their generous contributions.
The institute distributes a newsletter three times a year to keep alumni connected to events and news.
Contribute to the Institute
The institute relies on the generosity of its alumni to provide the necessary support to fund many of its programs and services.
- Job postings via email
- Networking opportunities/receptions
- Alumni Awards
- Professional Achievement Award
- Max Holland Outstanding Alumni Award
- R.C. Williams, M.D., Honor Award
- Max G. Holland Memorial Scholarship
- R.J. Knobel Scholarship
All other non-state funded resources to meet departmental needs.
Health Administration Endowment – general program support for student scholarships, CAHME accreditation expenses, case competitions and alumni networking events
Healthcare Emerging Leaders Professional Development Fund – established by Pat Ketsche to provide funding for various extra-curricular student development activities.
Max Holland Memorial Scholarship – established in memorial of esteemed faculty member, the Max Holland Award is given for academic excellence.
R. J. Knobel Memorial Scholarship – established in memory of beloved faculty member “Knob” Knobel, the awards are given to students who distinguish themselves through leadership and devotion to the profession.