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Newfoundland & Labrador

Newfoundland & Labrador

The NL chapter is one of eight chapters from across the country and is led by dedicated, passionate team of health information professionals.

The Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) chapter committee consists of volunteers who each hold professional designation from the Canadian College of Health Information Management. Our expertise has been developed through experience working tertiary hospitals, regional referral centres, and community-based hospitals. Though our committee roster is not full, we bring well-rounded HIM perspectives including leadership, data integrity, privacy/confidentiality, electronic records management, and coding/analytics. 

We are committed to growing both the chapter committee and health information industry in our province. We continue to seek interested volunteers to join us in creating new subcommittees that will focus on special projects and interests of the NL members, including more in-person education days. With a full committee, we will also be able to create guidelines and chapter-specific procedures for future committee members and the membership in our province. Please reach out to us if you have any ideas or suggestions for our chapter, as we hope to create a network of HIM professionals across the beautiful province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Chapter committee

Chapter chair

Committee members

Frequently asked questions

The NL chapter meets online on a monthly basis.

There are currently four (4) openings for new committee members with NL.

Chapter committee members are responsible for attending committee meetings and actively participating in committee discussions. They must work effectively as part of the team to host in-person chapter events (typically once per year) and online webinars for chapter members.

Being part of a CHIMA chapter committee offers an opportunity to network with colleagues and provide valuable feedback that helps shape the health information profession in Canada.

Chapter committee members agree to serve for a term of three (3) years.