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Kettering Medical Center Facilities Director Earns 2018 OSHFM Eagle Award




The Ohio Society for Health Care Facilities Management at its fall conference, held Oct. 25 in Columbus, presented Danny McCloud, director of Facilities Management at Kettering Medical Center, the 2018 Eagle Award which recognizes facility managers and staff who have demonstrated outstanding performance, leadership or unique service or significant contribution towards energy efficiency, health care engineering/architecture and facilities management.

Due to McCloud’s instrumental work, Kettering Health Network has received over $1 million in energy efficiency rebates. Collecting energy efficiency rebates is a collective project across all network facilities, and McCloud’s leadership was paramount in the entire network’s efficiency initiatives that save nearly 10 million kWh annually.
McCloud also recently led a project designed to reduce the risk of legionella, carefully coordinating shutdown of Kettering Medical Center’s entire water supply. He ran the project and carefully coordinated with the administration and planning team.

According to his peers and supervisors at Kettering Medical Center, McCloud is recognized as “the absolute best at what he does for the organization, every task he is given, and in the guidance that he gives.”
To be eligible for the award, nominees must be an OSHFM member, actively employed in a position with primary responsibilities related to the profession of health care engineering or architecture or facility management and nominated by an OSHFM member in good standing.    
OSHFM was established as an affiliated society of OHA in 1983. The society’s purpose is to advance the development of hospital engineering, security and safety in Ohio. If you are in the profession of health care engineering/architecture or facility management and would like to become a member of OSHFM, click here.
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