About FHPCA

History
Florida Hospice and Palliative Care Association (FHPCA) is a not-for-profit, IRS Section 501(c)(3) organization representing Florida’s hospice programs. Established in 1982, FHPCA was formed to be a unified voice for hospice programs in Florida.

 

Vision
Florida will be the model state for hospice and palliative care services.

 

Mission
The mission of FHPCA is to assure excellence and access to hospice care, and advocate for the needs of those in the final phases of life. 

 

Structure of FHPCA:
All of FHPCA’s Hospice Program Members have a voting seat on our Board of Directors, and can name one Alternate that can vote in the Board Member’s stead. Our Executive Committee officers are Board Members that have been elected by the Board of Directors and consists of a President, Internal Vice President, External Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary. The Executive Committee also includes the Immediate Past President and three appointed Initiative Chairs.  Executive Committee officers serve one year terms and can be elected for three consecutive terms.

 

All employees of our Hospice Program Members enjoy the privileges of  FHPCA membership and can benefit from the discounted educational programs available on a monthly and annual basis.  FHPCA encourages all members to become involved by joining one or more of our working committees.

 

Awards

2014 Trailblazer Award, Advocacy Notebook Project, NHPCO

2010 Association of the Year, Tallahassee Society for Association Executives

 

Financials
Requests for a copy of FHPCA 990 can be made by contacting our office at (850) 878-2632.

 

FHPCA is a proud member of: