2021 NSHE Golf Outing, Conference and Trade Show


The 2021 Annual NSHE Golf Tournament will be held May 20th at the Meadowlark Golf Course in Kearney, NE prior to the May 21st NSHE Trade Show + Conference at the Holiday Inn.

You will find registration links for golf and the conference at the end of this email.

Order of Events

Thursday, May 20th
10:00 am  |  Shotgun start for the NSHE golf outing Thursday, May 20th.
5:00 pm    |  Thursday night reception opens, heavy hor'dourves and cocktails 
6:00 pm    |  Keynote speaker, Elliot Riveria, AirCare Pilot ( 1 CEU )

Friday, May 21st
7:00 am  |  Trade show opens
8:00 am  |  Conference begins ( 6 CEU's )
Full agenda to be posted soon.

Vendor Booths

We expect that the booths will fill up quickly, and registration will be on a first come first serve basis.
All booth spaces will be divided as follows:
  • 10’ Wide & 10’ Tall with approximately 14’ ceilings.
  • Each booth includes one draped table
  • 1 electrical outlet and 2 chairs
  • 1 full conference pass.
  • There is an additional $50 conference registration for each additional conference pass. You must be a current member of the NSHE with dues paid in full to attend this event.
Vendors are welcome to start setting up exhibition booths Thursday afternoon at 3:00 pm in Ballroom 1. Trade Show will begin at 7:00 am on Friday morning, conference starts at 8:00.
We have a block of rooms reserved at the discounted rate of $104.95. Make sure you mention NSHE when making your reservation.
Holiday Inn
110 2nd Ave. 
Kearney, NE 688847


Registration is now open!

2021 NSHE Annual Golf Outing Registration

2021 NSHE Annual Trade Show | Conference Hospital Registration

2021 NSHE Annual Trade Show | Conference Vendor Registration

2021 NSHE Annual Trade Show | Conference Vendor Booth Sign-Up

Nebraska Society of Healthcare Engineers provides at least one opportunity for education and networking each quarter, either through regular meetings or special events like the annual golf outing. A typical NSHE meeting provides our members with:

  • Time to network with vendors and healthcare providers. Networking provides our members the opportunities to learn of the concerns of people responsible for environments of care issues in healthcare facilities and for vendors to inform our healthcare members of their services, equipment, and processes that might assist them in best business practices.
  • Training on the Principals of Business Management. In addition to technical training, our education program recognizes the need for developing the professional skills of our members. Our topics in this area better prepare our members to understand the terminology so commonly used by their administration. It assists them in gaining the skills needed to develop an effective business plan for their department and support the personnel and capital needed to make their department a success.