Events and Education
Save the Date for Interlink 2018
April 8-11, 2018
The Westin Galleria, Dallas, Texas
Elm Fork Shooting Sports—Dallas 9/14/2017
The TAHFM Whack 'Em and Stack 'Em Sporting Clays Tournament allows us to support our mission to assist our membership in professional development through support, education and collaboration. All proceeds raised at this year's shoot will support our educational and technical assistance mission to assist our membership in affordable professional development. Proceeds from this tournament will provide facility manager scholarships to our Interlink 2017 educational conference.
American Shooting Centers—Houston 10/12/2017
TAHFM Is excited to announce our next always fun, always popular, Whack 'Em and Stack 'Em Sporting Clays Tournament. Registration will begin at 12:00 pm, tournament to begin at 1:30 pm.
LMC Fire & Security
Door Control Services Inc
Member Spotlight
Community Impact Newspaper
The Austin area’s ever-growing population has spurred a construction race during the past year among the area’s three biggest hospital providers—Baylor Scott & White Health, Seton Healthcare Family and St. David’s HealthCare—resulting in new health care facilities and expansions.
Olivia Nguyen, D Healthcare Daily
Medical City Dallas has completed the structural phase of its latest project: a women’s hospital.
TAHFM has an online membership directory and resource guide, available to TAHFM members only.
Brighton Solutions, Inc.
Energy Roundup Tips
Elisa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge
Hospitals have been ahead of the curve when it comes to sustainability planning.
Deanna Martin, Health Facilities Management
Hospital power systems need to run smoothly every minute of every day.
David L. Stymiest PE, CHFM, CHSP, FASHE, Health Facilities Management
Health care organizations are expected to provide safe and reliable health care to their patients.
Prevent Life Safety Services
ASHE Update
American Society for Healthcare Engineering
Did you know that the Certified Healthcare Facility Manager exam was updated earlier this year to reflect the 2012 edition of NFPA 99?
American Society for Healthcare Engineering
ASHE is recognizing outstanding members for their dedication to improving the health care physical environment.
American Society for Healthcare Engineering
ASHE has developed a comparison chart to help members whose facilities will be required to upgrade from business to ambulatory occupancy to comply with the new Conditions of Participation from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
Absolute Testing Services
Prism Electric Inc
Your Facilities Management News
By Brent Harris, Tarkett
Collaborative Partnerships are a crucial part of many healthcare programs. These new alliances enable us to have a more thorough understanding of all the processes and considerations in the healthcare built environment. Through these newly formed relationships there is access to new innovations, trends and thought leaders in healthcare today. Through these partnerships we will gain perspective on today’s trends, tomorrow’s outlook and most importantly, a glimpse into what the future may hold.
Tim Husen, Healthcare Construction + Operations
The health care industry is growing fast as America’s older population ages and younger generations reach record numbers.
Poppy Gallagher, Healthcare Facilities Today
Whether you are looking to renovate a house or a huge healthcare facility building, the older the structure is, the more likely it is that the building inspector will find some form of defect during his/her inspection.
Lew Migliore, facilitiesnet
Whether it is a new building or an existing one, there are guidelines that should be followed to set the stage for a successful flooring installation, so that you don’t need to be concerned the new flooring will fail in the future.
The Filter Man, Ltd.
ASHE logo Interested in becoming a member of ASHE? Check out the great benefits becoming a member provides!
Texas Association of Healthcare Facilities Management
P.O. Box 26498 Austin, TX 78755-6498 | Phone: 512-220-4291 | Fax: 512-857-7711                            



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