Health Unit Coordinator Day
Myrna LaFleur-Brooks, who became the NAHUC founding president, invited several interested persons to meet with her in Phoenix, Arizona, on August 23, 1980, to discuss the formation of an association for health unit coordinators. This was the first meeting and resulted in selecting the name of the association. Each year thereafter, August 23 has been declared Health Unit Coordinator Day by many mayors and governors nationwide, who issue proclamations declaring August 23 “Health Unit Coordinator Day”.
Health Unit Coordinator Day Products
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Health Unit Coordinator Day Flyer
Health Unit Coordinator Day Proclamation
Get involved! Write letters to ask all of our elected officials to help with "Proclaiming August 23rd as Health Unit Coordinators Day" throughout the nation.
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Ink pens with the NAHUC logo are available for purchase. The white pens have the NAHUC logo and information printed in green. Pen has black ink. $.50 each or $6.00 dozen. Contact the NAHUC office.