Social Media

Stay connected with the AHA through a variety of online social media tools.

The AHA participates in social media to build relationships, educate and engage with our various audiences about health care issues and trends as they affect hospitals and health systems, and to ensure that the perspectives and needs of the health care field are clearly articulated and understood. Read our social media guidelines here.

You can connect with the AHA on the below profiles:

  Join the conversation on AHAStat     Find the AHA on Facebook
  Follow AHAhospitals on Twitter     See us on YouTube
  Follow AHAadvocacy on Twitter     Connect with us on LinkedIn
  Follow AHAhospitals on Instagram      

AHA operates various societies, which are organized around distinct professional groups and range in size from 1,000 to 10,000 individual members. These groups are also expanding their use of social media. These professional societies are:


Other AHA Resources on Social Media

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