Welcome to HFMADV




Who We Are

Founded in 1949, the association provides individuals in the Healthcare engineering field, with networking and education opportunities. We are affiliated with ASHE, American Society for Healthcare Engineering of the American Hospital Association


Membersbhip Information:

To Become a memebr of our chapter please click on the link below:



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Dues Renewal Healthcare Member Page

Dues Renewal Social Membership Page


HFMADV  Monthly Educational Meeting:

Next Regular Monthly Meeting is Septmeber 13, 2016


The meeting will begin at 4:30 starting with the education then leading into the social hour and dinner meeting.


Topic & Presenters: TBD

HFMADV Monthly Meeting

Golf Outing:

Plase click onto the link! Golf



New Job Posted

New Job Posted on the employment page, please check them out.


2016 HFMSNJ All Day Seminar& Trade Show
Thursday, June 23, 2016

7:30AM -4:30 PM

At the Galloping Hill Inn –Union, NJ

Co-sponsored by the Healthcare Facility Managers Association of Delaware Valley (HFMADV), and the Healthcare Engineers Association of Southern New Jersey (HEASNJ)

The Joint Commission Updates by Anne Guglielmo,
CFPS, CHFM, CHSP, LEED AP, Staff Engineer-Standards Interpretation Group at the Joint Commission Resources

The Joint Commission compliance, documentations,
hot topics, etc. by Robert Bartels, Safety Management
Services, Inc. (SMS), President and Founder


7:30 Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:00 Ann Guglielmo –Joint Commission
9:30 Break –Trade Show
10:30 Ann Guglielmo –Joint Commission
12:00 Lunch and Trade Show
1:00 Robert Bartels –Safety Management Services (SMS), Inc.
2:30 Break –Trade Show
3:00 Closing Remarks/ Questions & Discussion
4:00 Prize Drawing
4:30 Adjourn

Please go to there website for more infoarmtion foumd at:



Two Day – Certificate Program - June 27 & 28

Inspecting and Maintaining

Swinging Egress and Fire Door Assemblies

Inspecting and maintaining swinging doors in healthcare facilities can be a seemingly never-ending task.  Some doors are subject to wear and tear from constant daily use.  Latching hardware, closing devices, and hinges wear out more quickly on these doors, making the doors unreliable in emergency situations.  Maintaining and repairing swinging fire doors needs to comply with applicable life safety and fire codes.  Understanding the type of work permitted to be performed on fire-rated doors is essential to properly maintaining swinging doors.  The Joint Commission (TJC) periodic site surveys include verifying door assemblies comply with the requirements of NFPA 80, Standard for Fire Doors and   Other Opening Protectives.  Newer editions of this Standard (as referenced by NFPA 101 – 2012 edition) will require annual door inspections be with records maintained on site for review by the AHJ.

This two-day course covers requirements for maintaining swinging egress and fire doors in your facility. Attendees will learn how to perform NFPA 80’s safety inspections of swinging fire doors and NFPA 101’s safety inspections for egress and fire doors.  Each attendee receives handouts and checklists they can put to use immediately in your facility.

When:  June 27 & 28

Where: Christiana Care Hospital – Wilmington Campus



Please got to the Fire Door Certicate registration page:

Click here


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