Member Login Info

Just for members!

Keeping in touch with one another helps us building friendships but also connections to become better people and better for others.  We learn from each other.

MHCEA.com and MHCEA on FaceBook are the two real time ways to continue learning.

The website is viewable by anyone and makes a great tool for potential members.  It is kept fresh every three months. 

Members Only: this section contains information about districts, educational events and handouts, member roster, tools and tips and we ask you not to share these with non-members

User Accounts:  

  1. If you have forgotten your username/password send Dorothy.Brucks@coxhealth.com an email to reset.
  2. if you want to register for a username/password:
  • click on member log in and click to register
  • create your user name and enter your work email address (no gmail, Yahoo, etc.)
  • this will generate a request to approve your registration, once the request is approved – you will receive an email notification with a temporary password.  At that point, you can sign in and change the password to something you prefer.  NOTE: we have found that when you receive the temporary password it works best for you to copy and paste it in to the field rather than typing it in.

Directions for Member Site navigation:

  1. Click Member log in located in the right navigation menu
  2. enter username and password and answer the math question (you are allowed 5 attempts and will then be frozen for one hour before you can try again)
  3. set your profile preferences and enter your name before going to home page

FaceBook page is viewable by everyone and the FaceBook Group is private for members only. It would be wonderful if members would use these locations more often.  You can post items of interest, ask questions related to our work as Executive Assistants, customer excellent, patient service projects, share pictures and meaningful accomplishments. 

Direct any issues you have or your interests for future updates to Dorothy.Brucks@coxhealth.com.  

Communication is only good if it is used, meaningful and relative.  We each should be involved.