Sponsored Event – 10th Annual NCHCFA Summer Symposium (Virtual)

Embassy Suites Resort at Kingston Plantation
9800 Queensway Boulevard, Myrtle Beach, SC

Update: NCHCFA’s upcoming 2021 Summer Symposium set to be held in-person August 4-6 in Myrtle Beach, SC, will not be held in its in-person format as had been planned, but instead will be delivered as a virtual Summer Symposium. 

Young Moore is proud to sponsor this North Carolina Health Care Facilities Association event.

The 10th Annual NCHCFA Summer Symposium scheduled for August 4-6, 2021, will be held at the Embassy Suites Resort at Kingston Plantation, Myrtle Beach, SC. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from experts and share ideas. The Education and Programs Committee has worked diligently to assemble an outstanding schedule of educational events for this year’s Symposium. Administrators will have a chance to take advantage of up to 11.5 hours of continuing education. This is a convenient opportunity to earn significant CEUs in one location at a very affordable rate.

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The North Carolina Health Care Facilities Association (NCHCFA) is a nonprofit trade association of skilled nursing care centers located throughout North Carolina. Started in 1955 and representing 90% of the skilled nursing and post-acute care centers in the state, NCHCFA is the state’s oldest and largest association of post-acute and long term care providers. NCHCFA is dedicated to supporting its members as they provide quality care to North Carolina’s elderly residents.


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