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Lowery named ACH director of operations


Special to Atmore News

Atmore Community Hospital (ACH) announced that Bradley Lowery will join their healthcare team as the Director of Operations at the end of December 2019. Lowery will assume the overall management and administrative responsibly for most the hospital’s non-clinical departments such as dietary, facility, security, housekeeping, and bio-medical services.
“Bradley is coming back to Atmore to help run the day to day operations of the non-clinical portions of the hospital and ancillary services,” ACH Director of Nursing and Interim Administrator Suzanne McGill said. “We are looking forward to the collaborative between all of our teams.”
Lowery will also partner with the chief financial officer and the Escambia County Healthcare Authority’s shared services organizations (accounting, material management, etc.) to support the evaluation and analysis of the hospital, its departments and service lines. Lowery will also provide support to Kathy Johnson in her role as ACH Clinic Practice Administrator.
Lowery returns to ACH after recently serving as the physician practice manager for two of Infirmary Health’s primary care physician practices in Bay Minette, North Baldwin Primary Plus and North Baldwin Family Medicine and Obstetrics. Prior to joining Infirmary Health, he served as the physician practice manager for Atmore Community Hospital’s three hospital-based clinics. Lowery holds a Bachelor of Science from Auburn University and a Master’s in Healthcare Administration from the University of West Florida.
“I am very happy that Bradley will be rejoining our team here at Atmore Community Hospital,” ECHCA CEO Chris B. Griffin said. “Bradley will be a positive addition to an already outstanding team here at Atmore Community Hospital.”