Meyer named assistant administrator at Andalusia Health
Andalusia Health has promoted Bobbie Meyer, Medical Technologist (ASCP) to assistant administrator. In her expanded role, Meyer will retain her current responsibilities, which include administrative oversight for Food Services, Employee Health, Medical Office Building management, Student Volunteer Program and Student Shadowing Program. In her new role, her administrative oversight will be expanded to include Imaging Services (Radiology), Laboratory Services and Occupational Medicine.
Meyer joined Andalusia Health in October 2002 as a laboratory medical technologist, and later advanced to become administrative director of the laboratory. Promoted to senior director of support services in 2015, she became a member of the administrative team. She also serves as Andalusia Health’s Infection Control Practitioner.
Meyers earned her Associates of Arts degree from Lurleen B. Wallace Community College; her bachelor’s degree from Troy University; and master’s in business administration – healthcare administration from Western Governors University.
She has been an active member on the Phlebotomy Program Committee at Reid State Technical College as well as in the local Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology Chapter (APIC). She also volunteers as a wish granter on behalf of the Make a Wish Alabama Foundation. She current serves on the board of directors at the Opp Micolas Credit Union and recently starting serving on the Alabama Governor’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities.
Meyer was recognized in 2015 as one of Andalusia Health’s High Five Award winners for ‘creating excellent work places for employees.’ When not at work, she coaches Cross Fit as a certified instructor, enjoys deep-sea fishing, and relaxing on the beach.
John Yanes, Andalusia Health CEO, said, “Bobbie’s commitment to our hospital and our patients is second- to-none. She has an amazing attention to details, strong work ethic and seeks to excel and give the best of herself continuously.”