Tim Staley recognized as Certified Healthcare Facility Manager

Timothy (Tim) P. Staley, PE, CEM, LEED AP, HFDP, CPMP, Senior Vice President of Comfort Systems USA Energy Services has received the designation of Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM) from the American Hospital Association (AHA) Certification Center.

LITTLE ROCK, ARK. – Timothy (Tim) P. Staley, PE, CEM, LEED® AP, HFDP, CPMP, Senior Vice President of Comfort Systems USA Energy Services has received the designation of Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM) from the American Hospital Association (AHA) Certification Center.  The CHFM is a national credential that distinguishes an individual as being among the elite in the healthcare facility management profession.
 
To earn the CHFM, an individual must satisfy eligibility requirements that incorporate a blend of professional experience and education, agree to adhere to the AHA Professional Standards of Conduct, and pass the CHFM Certification Examination. The CHFM Examination assesses knowledge required of a competent healthcare facility manager in the areas of Compliance; Planning, Design and Construction; Maintenance and Operations; Finance and Administration. The CHFM Program supports the community of healthcare facility managers and is designed to provide an objective and rigorous assessment of mastery of a well-defined body of professional knowledge.  Additionally, certificants demonstrate their continued professional development and commitment to the profession by maintaining the certification through participation in professional development activities.
 
“I am excited to receive this designation from the AHA Certification Center.  I believe it demonstrates our commitment to better understand the challenges facing healthcare facilities today.  Ultimately, it may better enable us to be a better business partner for healthcare facilities,” said Tim Staley.

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