Oregon Health Care Association provides a year-round calendar of high-quality conferences, trainings, and online education to help new and seasoned professionals alike grow their careers, learn new skills, and stay up to date with the latest techniques for providing quality care.
We hope you will join us for the 2017 Spring Expo at the Salem Conference Center March 8-9.
Why Should Companies Exhibit at the Spring Expo?
The OHCA Spring Expo draws over 400 long term care professionals. Exhibitors are able to make contacts with administrations, department heads, and regional operations staff in a variety of long term care settings including:
Regional Multi Companies and Independently Owned Facilities
Non-profit and propriety companies
Post acute care and skilled nursing facilities
Assisted Living and Residential Care facilities
Memory Care Communities
In-Home Care Agencies
Independent Senior Living
Creating relationships in the senior care profession takes time and commitment. Spring Expo is packed with opportunities to network with a wide variety of senior care professionals. The events diverse audience is a greet way to build relationship sand add to your professional network. Begin to build brand and name recognition and receive exclusive pre and post event attendees lists that you can use to extend your outreach to senior care professionals. Materials will be provided two weeks before and after the event.
Receive recognition in the OHCA Event Program, online trade show listing, and mobile app. Attendees will be able to view the exhibitor website prior to the event.
Attend the Reverse Trade Show Luncheon and the Happy Hour evening event. By attending these social events, you have the opportunity to build your brand recognition through one-on-one contact with attendees.
Founded in 1950, the Oregon Health Care Association (OHCA) improves the lives of seniors and people with disabilities by promoting quality long term care in Oregon. A statewide, nonprofit trade association, OHCA is the largest long term care trade association in Oregon, representing more than 1,000 organizations and 90 percent of long term care providers in the state.