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Members in the News

MOSHE Members in the News

October

National Health Care Facilities & Engineering Week is October 22 – 28. We will celebrate what the men and women do behind the scenes every day to keep our hospitals safe, comfortable and functioning properly. See Governor's Proclamation.

April Seminar

Genesh Sathyan speaks to MOSHE group meeting

Ganesh Sathyan, Associate Principal at The Lawrence Group Architects, speaks to MOSHE members about Behavioral Health at the April meeting.

March Technology Seminar

Featured Speakers

Joshua Kelly, B.S., RCDD, Senior Technology Consultant, and Ted Hood, B.Arch, Principal, with Mazzetti + GBA, were the featured speakers at the March 1st Education Seminar on "Technologies for the reduction of hospital acquired infections and enhancing the patient, family and staff experience."

MOSHE Kicks Off 2017

January 2017 Meeting

Vote Brad Taylor For Ashe President-Elect

Brad Taylor

I am honored to be a candidate for ASHE President-Elect.

My career in healthcare began almost 20 years ago and has included positions in maintenance, design and construction, and real estate.

I have always felt the need to be involved in our profession, so that I can continue to grow as a professional, but to also do everything I can to contribute to the growth and development of ASHE and my local chapter. I started at the Chapter level with MOSHE in Missouri - first as Education Chair, then Board Member and then President. I was elected to the ASHE Board as the Region 8 representative in 2013 and again in 2015, and I am currently serving my third year on the Board. While on the ASHE Board, I have served as the Chair of the Education Committee and currently serve as the Chair of the Succession Planning Committee. Additionally, I serve on the ASHE/TJC Focus on Compliance Task Force. I have been committed to the growth of ASHE this entire time, and I will continue this effort as your President.

As your ASHE President, I have many things that I would like to accomplish, such as a continued focus on Energy to Care and the other Strategic Imperatives set by the ASHE Board. But the main issue I am very passionate about and will work very hard to achieve is to develop a career ladder strategy and initiative that will create a pathway for college graduates and existing healthcare facilities management, resulting in a clearer understanding of how to enter and progress in our profession. We need to build the future of our industry, and ASHE can be a leader in getting this done.

We will achieve this through internships - a key part of this strategy - not only in hospitals, but in other healthcare related organizations, including construction, architecture and consulting firms. Like many of us, exposing these students to the healthcare environment will get them hooked on healthcare as a career. And we will make sure that current professionals have the information, resources, and support they need to get to that next level they are seeking.

As a result, there is great opportunity for our hospital and associate members to work together in order to influence the next generation of our profession. I believe this is within our reach, and I will implement the plan to accomplish this vision as your ASHE President.

Our ASHE goals will not be achieved without a strong team of ASHE members who understand the importance of ASHE initiatives and feel the value of ASHE involvement. I will work very hard to make these connections and reach out to all members to be part of this process. I will also work to create a stronger connection with Associate Members so that there is real meaning in an ASHE membership and it's not just a necessary box that they need to check.

These are just some of the things that I look forward to working on if I have the privilege to serve as your ASHE President. Together we can continue to build a stronger ASHE! I would enjoy hearing your feedback regarding how I could best serve you and other ASHE members.

Please vote for me for your ASHE President-Elect. I would greatly appreciate your vote. It would be an honor and a privilege to continue this proud tradition and to serve as your ASHE President.

2015-2016 MOSHE Presidents

2016 MOSHE President Mike Bock (right) thanks the 2015 President Doug Ruble (left) for a job well done aat MHA's Convention in November.

2015 Healthcare Facilities and Engineering Week

Governor Nixon's proclamation that October 25-31, 2015, is Healthcare Facilities and Engineering Day. (PDF)

Capital Region receives Ameren Missouri incentive

Capital Region Medical Center was recently awarded an incentive of more than $417,000 by Ameren Missouri’s ActOnEnergy® BizSavers® program. Capital Region Medical Center earned the incentive following extensive energy efficient improvements to the organization’s buildings. See press release.