He is the past chairman of the Arkansas Association of Hospital Trustees, a member of the Arkansas Governor's Roundtable on Health Care and a member of the Committee on Governance of the American Hospital Association.
What does AAHT stand for?
AAHT stands for Arkansas Association of Hospital Trustees (Little Rock, AR)
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- ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Alliance of Health Supplement Associations (est. 2006)
- Austin Area Human Services Association (Texas)
- Aquatic Animal Health Standards Commission (World Organization for Animal Health; also seen as AAC)
- Austin Area High School Cycling (Austin, TX)
- Alternate Adult High School Diploma (Alabama)
- Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries
- Association of Academic Health Sciences Library Directors
- Alamo Area High School Swimming League (San Antonio, TX)
- American Association of Hospital Social Workers (est. 1918)
- Absolute Address History Table
- Ayrshire Architectural Heritage Trust (Scotland, UK)
- African American HIV University
- Austin Association of Health Underwriters (Texas)
- Australian Army History Unit (Department of Defence; Australia)
- Average Annual Habitat Units (US Army)
- Action Against Hunger - United States of America (New York, New York)
- American Association of Housecall Veterinarians
- Australian Association of Holistic Veterinarians
- Association for the Advancement of Hmong Women in Minnesota (Minneapolis, MN)
- Air-to-Air Heat Exchanger (Smarthome; Irvine, CA)
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Kordsmeier is also president of the Arkansas Association of Hospital Trustees and is an alternate trustee delegate to the Arkansas Hospital Association's Regional Policy Board.
Ray Kordsmeier, past chairman of the Conway Regional Health System board of directors, has been elected to a two-year term as president of the Arkansas Association of Hospital Trustees.