As Chief of Hospital Engineering and Facilities Services Department, Craig Rodgers manages a full range of services including the operational performance of the Clinical Center; direct and manage the operation and activities of the facilities, building maintenance services departments, utilities operation and maintenance, equipment maintenance, and departmental safety.
Mr. Rodgers holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at West Virginia University Institute of Technology, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics at Shepherd University, and received his Master in Health Administration from Saint Mary’s University.
Prior to the Clinical Center, Rodgers joined the NIH Office of Research Facilities in 2014 as Electrical Reliability Engineer and Joint Commission Engineer. His goals are to provide high quality hospital engineering and facilities services to support clinical research and patient care in the Clinical Center.
Before arriving at NIH, Rodgers served in the United States Army Corp of Engineers and has served for years in a variety of leadership and management positions in the US and abroad.