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Adam Dockery now leads Support Services at ATRMC

The longtime EVS manager will oversee multiple departments.

Adam Dockery has been promoted to director of Support Services at Asante Three Rivers after serving 13 years in progressive leadership positions. In his new role he oversees Environmental Services, the Auxiliary, Central Transportation, Spiritual Care, Security Services and the Youth Volunteer Program.

Dockery joined Asante in 2009 as a CNA2 transporter and served as manger of EVS, central transport and Volunteer Services since 2011. In 2020 he completed his bachelor’s in business management at Western Governors University.

“Adam works tirelessly with a collaborative style that is infectious, providing instrumental leadership for Asante through many projects,” said David Kinyon, the hospital’s vice president of Operations.

Dockery played a critical role in implementing the systemwide environmental monitoring program, which includes stringent quality assurance of inpatient terminal room cleaning to provide the safest possible environment for patients and staff. He also worked on the EVS rapid redesign project, where he collaborated with other system leaders to align vendor use, streamline purchase orders and standardize supply usage for all three Asante campuses. He co-led the linen management initiative with Environmental Services leaders and clinical teams to reduce waste.

Outside of work, Dockery enjoys spending time with his kids, doing any outdoor activity, living a healthy lifestyle and volunteering.

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