We are honored to share that HHS COO Bobby Floyd received recognition as a top leader in healthcare on this year’s Rising Stars: 90 Healthcare Leaders Under 40 list by Becker’s Hospital Review. The award honors healthcare leaders who have achieved executive healthcare positions across the country and have reached prominence within their organizations. Many of the leaders on the list are recognized for their innovative approach to patient care and system improvements, overseeing crucial expansion projects and growing their organizations.
From the article:
Since 2014, Mr. Floyd has served as the COO of HHS, a privately owned support service company, where he oversees all healthcare operations in the U.S. and parts of South America. He is charged with managing HHS’ culinary segment, environmental services, laundry and linen utilization, patient flow, and integrated facilities management service lines. During his tenure at the agency, Mr. Floyd has helped maintain a 98 percent partner retention rate. He also created HHS University, a management development and training tool that helps HHS managers stay up to date on new policies, training procedures and certifications in required monthly training packets. Before assuming the COO post, Mr. Floyd was the youngest-ever vice president in HHS history.
HHS COO Bobby Floyd reflects on the recognition, “I’m honored to be included on this list alongside so many leaders who are making incredible advancements in the healthcare industry. I’m proud to have the opportunity to serve in a leadership position at HHS.”