Bill McCully joined MSL in 2014. He has over 45 years in facilities management, of which 33 were in the role of Director of Facilities and Engineering for a not-for-profit three hospital system that transitioned to a for-profit organization.
He has been involved in major facility expansions, which doubled the campus size and added a physicians’ and outpatient surgery center. He managed numerous addition and renovation projects, and served as the owner’s representative for the building of a replacement hospital, a 40 million dollar 219,000 sq. ft. facility. This role included an active role on the Transfer Team responsible for moving the hospital.
Bill worked for The Joint Commission for 6 ½ years as a Life Safety Code Surveyor. His tours included general healthcare facilities, critical access, behavioral health, LTAC, rehabilitation, and Indian health as well as large university teaching hospitals. He conducted the Environment of Care and Emergency Management Program review sessions.
Bill’s education included engineering institutes in Tulsa, OK, and Wichita, KS, as well as the University of Arkansas.
Professional service roles have included state and national healthcare organizations for 41 years, including leadership roles as President of the Arkansas Association for Healthcare Engineering and receiving the prestigious Doc Zimmerly Award and election as a Fellow in AAHE.
National service and leadership roles with the American Society for Healthcare Engineering include serving as President in 2003. In 2012 Bill received the Crystal Eagle Leadership Award presented by ASHE for leadership, dedication and commitment to the Society.