About The NHA
The NHA is the advocate for Nevada’s hospitals, health systems, communities, and patients before legislative and regulatory bodies.
We are a not-for-profit, statewide trade association representing 100 percent of Nevada’s acute care hospitals along with psychiatric, rehabilitation, and other specialty hospitals as well as health-related agencies and organizations throughout the state. Allied with the American Hospital Association, the NHA is an independent organization headquartered in Reno, Nevada.
Formally established in 1960 and incorporated in 1971, the NHA was created by hospital administrators to provide a unified forum for all types of hospitals to address such issues as reimbursement, worker’s compensation, professional liability, and continuing education, among others.
Over time, the emergence of major issues such as marketplace healthcare, restrictive government payment policies, inadequate funding for indigent care, and manpower shortages, among others, have continued to pose formidable challenges to the healthcare system.
We are a membership organization serving as a statewide resource and leader in promoting public understanding of, and support for, the healthcare system serving Nevada’s communities. The NHA serves as an advocate for our members to lead in the provision of high quality, affordable and accessible healthcare services, resulting in healthier Nevada communities.
To be the recognized leader and primary resource in healthcare advocacy and public awareness efforts for members, providers, policy makers, and other stakeholders who collectively work toward common goals and objectives to satisfy the healthcare needs of Nevada’s communities.
President and CEO
Bobbette Hampton (Photo to Come)
Director of Workforce & Clinical Services
Administrative Assistant II
Sarah Ewing Hunt
Director of Financial Services
Director of Human Resources & HCWD Program Manager
Christopher K. Lake, PhD
Executive Director Community Resilience
Amy E. Shogren
Director of Communications & Administration