Tulane Health System has named Brian Troup its new director of environmental services for its Southshore campuses, where he will be responsible for the environmental and cleanliness operations at both Tulane Medical Center and Tulane Lakeside Hospital for Women and Children.
In his role, Troup will oversee daily housekeeping operations, execute quality control systems to create a positive impact on patient satisfaction and ensure compliance with health, safety and industry regulatory agencies.
Prior to joining Tulane, Troup served as a director of operations with Hospital Housekeeping Systems for five years, most recently working at Osceola Regional Medical Center in Kissimmee, Florida. Prior to his assignment at ORMC, he worked as a fire medic in Ocala, Florida. He has served in the U.S. Air Force for more than 16 years as both an engineer assistant and an aerospace ground equipment specialist.
“We are excited to have Brian in this leadership role on our staff,” said Tulane Health System Associate COO Cindy Bergmeier. “He will play a key role in creating a culture that provides a welcoming, clean and safe environment for the patients we serve.”
Troup earned his bachelor’s degree in healthcare management from the College of Central Florida. He also holds two associate degrees from the Community College of the Air Force, and he is a trained firefighter.