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Title: The Health Care Auxiliary of Minnesota


1
  • The Health CareAuxiliary of Minnesota
  • Serving Those Who Serve

2
HCAM
  • The Health Care Auxiliary of Minnesota (HCAM) is
    an organization of auxiliaries and volunteer
    groups serving health care facilities across
    Minnesota

3
HCAMs Vision
  • HCAM seeks to be a united voice of the Minnesota
    health care community

4
HCAMs Mission
  • The Health Care Auxiliary of Minnesota provides
    its members with opportunities to share ideas,
    develop leadership skills and promote volunteer
    services that support Minnesota's health care
    facilities

5
HCAM History
  • Established in 1946 under the guidance of the
    Minnesota Hospital Association
  • Late 60s long-term care facilities joined HCAM

6
HCAMs Primary Supporters
HCAM volunteers are ambassadors for Minnesota
hospitals. They are often the first face that a
visitor sees when coming to visit a loved one in
need of health care services. What a difference a
friendly HCAM volunteer smile makes! We need HCAM
volunteers not only in our hospitals, but helping
to advocate for hospitals with public policy
makers. Your message has a unique sincerity
because elected officials see your willingness to
give of your own time and talents. We at MHA are
committed to build upon our advocacy partnership
with HCAM.
  • Lawrence J. Massa
  • President CEOMinnesota Hospital Association
  • Mary Krinkie
  • Vice PresidentGovernment Relations
  • Minnesota Hospital Association

7
HCAMs Primary Supporters
HCAM leaders are a deeply valued presence, both
at the Capitol and in communities across the
state. We hold great respect for our
partnership with HCAMs dedicated volunteers a
compassionate army of women and men called to
action by missions of faith and service. Our
Association looks forward to working with HCAM in
the years ahead to help elevate aging services as
a public priority and to revolutionize the aging
experience in Minnesota.
  • Gayle Kvenvold
  • President CEO
  • Aging Services of Minnesota

8
HCAMs Representation
  • HCAM currently represents 89 health care
    facilities in Minnesota totaling almost 20,000
    persons, including junior volunteers, providing
    volunteer services in health care

9
HCAMs Districts
  • Minnesota is divided into seven districts to
    serve its membership

10
HCAMs Services
  • In 2008, volunteer services represented statewide
    1.1 million hours of services at a total
    estimated value of 23.6 MILLION to their
    facilities

11
HCAMs Contributions
  • Auxiliary and volunteer groups donated over 3.3
    MILLION in funds to their facilities in 2008

12
What does HCAM do?
  • Trains volunteers, provides instruction in
    diverse areas of volunteer activities such as
  • Fundraising
  • Safety/Risk Management
  • Legislative Health Care Issues
  • Volunteer Recruitment and Retention
  • Best Practices

13
What does HCAM do?
  • Encourage Networking
  • to exchange ideas
  • to share auxiliary/volunteer programs
  • to develop techniques and skills
  • to prepare forthe future

14
What does HCAM do?
  • Helps gain additional funding for facility
    activities and projects
  • Helps recruit new members
  • Helps retain members

15
What can HCAM do for you and your organization?
  • Assist in starting or invigorating your current
    volunteer group
  • Help to better utilize your volunteers skills
    and time
  • Offer guidelines for organizing and developing
    by-laws

16
Advantages of belonging to HCAM
  • Learn techniques of advocacy
  • Ability to participate in
  • Legislative Day at the
  • Capitol

17
Advantages of belonging to HCAM
  • Enhance leadership skillsthrough training

18
Advantages of belonging to HCAM
  • Enhance ability to share and solve problems

19
Advantages of belonging to HCAM
  • Participate in district and state meetings

20
Advantages of belonging to HCAM
  • Receive HCAM Quarterlynewsletter

21
Advantages of belonging to HCAM
  • Learn about health care issues
  • Other educational opportunities

Pat Rogowski and Betty Hestekin present MN
Legislative Best Practice at State Auxiliary
Leaders meeting, Washington, D.C.
22
Advantages of belonging to HCAM
  • Ability to socialize and meet new friends
  • Opportunity to use skills, develop new skills

23
Advantages of belonging to HCAM
  • Receive recognition through events and awards

Auxilians Mary Schumacher and Betty Hestekin
pictured with Dan Anderson, 2008 Heart of
Minnesota Administrator of the Year
Mary Flaa presents Volunteer Director of the Year
Award to Autumn Herber
24
Advantages of belonging to HCAM
  • Enhance resume
  • Serve to
  • Make a difference

25
Become an HCAM Member
  • Fill out an application
  • Pay an annual fee
  • Support your organization
  • Participate in HCAM activities

26
How do I Learn More?
  • Visit HCAMs web site
  • www.mnhcam.org/

27
With Whom is HCAM Affiliated?
  • Aging Services of Minnesota
  • MHCGSA Minnesota Healthcare Gift Shop
    Association
  • AHVRP Association for Healthcare Volunteer
    Resource Professionals
  • AHV Administrators of Healthcare Volunteers
  • MRHA Minnesota Rural Health Association

28
With Whom is HCAM Affiliated?
  • SAL State Auxiliary Leaders
  • MAVA Minnesota Association for Volunteer
    Directors

29
With Whom is HCAM Affiliated?
  • AHA American Hospital Association
  • MHA Minnesota Hospital Association
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