IFMA’s Health Care Council (HCC) is a specialized networking group within the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), and is an association for professionals who manage, or are affiliated with the management, of health care facilities. Recognizing the critical role of FM in enabling health care operations, our mission is to effectively provide a platform of exchange and learning with the success and challenges of managing medical centers, hospitals, clinics, palliative care and related sites to enhance quality of caregiving.
The Health Care Council was formerly known as the Health Care Institute of IFMA and was rebranded with its current name and refreshed focus. Now over 230 members strong, HCC consists of hospital administrators, facility managers, design and construction professionals, consultants, vendors and students serving academic medical centers and community hospitals, retirement facilities, and specialty hospitals and clinics. HCC welcomes medical professionals to come grow with us and advance your career.
HCC Offers Resources Focused on FM in Health Care:
- A specific place for health care facility managers and affiliates
- Professional development opportunities
- Educational events in live settings and via the internet
- Relevant industry news and timely information
- Networking opportunities
- Industry-specific surveys
- Benchmarking research
- Collaboration with organizations such as AAHID, ASHE, Center for Health Design, and Practice Greenhealth
Vision and Mission / Strategy
Provide an international community of networking, exchange and educational opportunities for
professionals in the health care facility management industry.
The Health Care Council is a network of professionals with a common interest in advancing the
management of health care facilities.
To become a global network for health care facility managers, to support and promote the development of
the health care facility management community, and to be recognized as the voice for health care facility