Jones, Estepp join Andalusia Health team

Published 12:25 am Friday, November 11, 2016

David Floyd has joined the leadership team of Andalusia Health as the director of ambulatory business operations, and Jessica Estepp has been named director of laboratory services.

David Floyd

David Floyd

In this new role for Andalusia Health, Floyd will direct the coordination and integration of outpatient services between hospital departments and across the continuum of care while working with department directors on the design and implementation of systems, processes and methods to evaluate and improve patient care and service delivery. In this role, he will also assist with the development, implementation and evaluation of new models of delivering primary care and clinic services. Floyd will also oversee all business aspects of the hospital’s own physician practice and walk-in clinic, including all clinic revenue cycle functions.

Before Andalusia Health, Floyd served as the worthless check unit coordinator for the Covington County District Attorney’s Office. Having served as a director for large physician groups in Texas and New York, including the director of ambulatory services for Saint Joseph’s Medical Center in Yonkers, N.Y., as well as practice administrator for the Bronx-Lebanon Hospital in Bronx, N.Y.

He earned his bachelor of business administration, business management bajor from Texas A&M University.

When not at work, he enjoys spending time with Hunter, his 7-year-old son, fishing, hunting, working out, running, and creating artwork and furniture from wood. He is actively involved with the Old School Men’s Meetings and attends Bethany Baptist Church. He is engaged to be married to his fiancé, Judith, at the end of December.

Floyd said, “I look forward to serving the people of Covington County and offering new and innovative ideas to address the needs of our community.”

Estepp started her new role on Oct. 24th with nine years of laboratory management skills.

Jessica Estepp

Jessica Estepp

She and her family have relocated from Northwest Arkansas, where she served as laboratory supervisor of a 225-bed, acute care hospital with more than 30 associated outreach clinics. She is a certified Medical Technologist by American Medical Technologists.

She attended the University of Central Arkansas where she earned her bachelor of science degree in biology. She then went on to the University of Southern Mississippi where she earned her masters of science degree in biological sciences, developing laboratory tests for marine mammal laboratories.

Estepp said, “I am very excited to be part of the leadership team here at Andalusia Health. Having grown up in a small town, I recognize that Andalusia is a great place for me and my family to grow. We are very excited to be a part of this wonderful community.”