Delmon Little named new Facilities Manager

Delmon Little is named the Facilities Manager at Harrison Memorial Hospital. Little will be responsible for facilities, construction, maintenance, security, safety, and life safety.

Little is a native of Jackson, KY and has attended both Spencerian and Owensboro Community and Technical College with a focus on computer/network engineering and healthcare facilities management.

Prior to joining HMH, Little worked for Baptist Health in Lexington, KY for 11 years. His last position was the engineering operations manager where he managed day-to-day operations encompassing maintenance, capital projects, constructions, renovations, contractors and vendors. He has participated in three successful Life Safety Joint Commissions Surveys.

When asked about why he joined HMH, Little said, “I was looking for more of a “family” atmosphere and fell in love with the area when I first visited. More than 20 years ago, I left my hometown, but in the short time that I have been at HMH I have experienced that “hometown” feeling not only here, but in the community as well. I am very excited to be a part of HMH.

For the department, Little has a short-term goal to make sure that everyone has the resources needed to provide the best possible customer service in a safe and timely manner. He also has in mind a long-term goal. He would like to capture more information in our CMMS work order system and make sure that information helps guide our capital planning decisions and FTE benchmarking through data analytics.

In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, antiquing with his wife, restoring classic cars and horology (watchmaking). He is married to Stephanie, and they have one daughter, Adrianna. Adriana is graduating from Bluegrass Community and Technical College Dental Hygiene program.”

“I have had the privilege of working with Delmon for more than ten years now. His experience and leadership will be a true asset to our facilities management department as well as to HMH overall,” says, Kathy Tussey, HMH Chief Operating and Nursing Officer. “I am very excited he joined the HMH team.”