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Lee Shaughnessy and Mark Daigneau join the rural hospital located in Brewton.

Brewton, AL - D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital and its Facility and Environmental Services partner, HHS, jointly announced today changes to its organization that include new leaders in Facility and Environmental Services. Lee Shaughnessy and Mark Daigneau join the rural hospital located in Brewton.

Lee Shaughnessy - Director of Facility Services
Lee has been selected as the Director of Facility Services, he will be responsible for the day to day management and operations of facilities management, as well as management oversight for environmental services. Prior to joining D.W. McMillan, Lee spent 9 years with the Navy, is former HVAC instructor at Coastal Alabama Community College and has experience as a business owner of a local HVAC Company.

Mark Daigneau - Director Environmental Services
Mark has been selected as the Director of Environmental Services. Mark will be responsible for managing the day to day operation of the environmental services, which includes housekeeping and laundry services. Mark has been with HHS for over 3 years and is from North Okaloosa Medical Center in Crestview. Prior to joining HHS, Mark served with the Air Force for 23 years and also owned and operated a home repair and improvement company in North Alabama. Mark joined HHS as the Environmental Services Director at Clay County Hospital in North Alabama, prior to moving to his Assistant Director role at North Okaloosa Medical Center.

"We are very excited about the addition of both Lee and Mark," said Chris Griffin, hospital administrator. "They both have very strong backgrounds for their respective roles in our organization and I feel fortunate to have attracted them both to our McMillan Hospital team."

D. W. McMillan Memorial Hospital partnered with HHS to manage and modernize the hospital's Dietary and Facility Services Departments, which includes housekeeping, laundry and maintenance services in August 2014. HHS has been providing support services programs exclusively to the healthcare industry for more than 41 years and currently serves more than 450 healthcare accounts across the nation.

"HHS leadership is excited to continue our ongoing partnership with DWMMH and believes that the management team in place will bring higher quality, consistency, and overall improvements to the organization," stated Paul Reis, HHS Vice President, Facilities & Plant Operations. "We are very happy to have both Mark and Lee supporting the team, and look forward to continuing our strong relationship."