GDAHC Events

Autism Spectrum Disorder: Best Practices

This webinar on Friday, August 19, will discuss Autism Spectrum Disorder as it is a pervasive diagnosis for children of all ages and ethnicities. It will cover best practices for screenings, referrals and behavior health interventions. Simulcasts and Live Presentations are at Central Michigan university, Wayne State University, Northern Michigan University, and Western Michigan University. For more information and to view the flyer, please click here. Registration is required, and CE/CME credits are available.

Friday, August 19, 2016
9:00 AM to Noon
To register, please click here. To view the online webinar, please click here.

2nd Annual Great Lakes Bay Region Symposium

Achieving Patient Centered Care through the Quadruple Aim

The symposium aims to provide a framework for the cultural transformation and enhanced capabilities required to achieve improved population health outcomes, as well as highlight the support providers and practice staff need to achieve, not just the Triple Aim, but the Quadruple Aim. For more information and to view the flyer, please click here.

Friday, October 14, 2016
8AM to 1PM
Saginaw Valley State University, Alan W. Ott Auditorium
Saginaw, MI
Simulcast locations are listed on the flyer.

Salute! to Healthcare

Salute! to Healthcare, GDAHC’s annual awards dinner, celebrates individuals and organizations who have transformed healthcare in our region through their dedication and vision. This dynamic event attracts more than 200 influential healthcare, business and community leaders, providing excellent networking and furthering the collaborative spirit that GDAHC embodies. For information please click here. To buy tickets or to find out how to contribute to or sponsor this year's Salute! to Healthcare, please contact Mary Riegle at or 248-282-6911.

Thursday, November 3, 2016
5:30-8:00 PM
The Antheneum Hotel
1000 Brush St., Detroit, MI 48226

Annual Returning Veterans Mental Health Conference

Please save the date, Friday, November 4, for this conference. It will be discussing veterans health issues, with the predominant topic being mental health care. The target audience is healthcare professionals encompassing medicine, nursing, social work, behavioral and physical therapists. Formal flyer to follow. Registration is required, to do so please click here.