EAU CLAIRE, Wis. — Bob Dubiel, senior project coordinator for Construction Services for Mayo Clinic Health System in northwestern Wisconsin, recently was recognized as a certified health care constructor by the American Hospital Association Certification Center.
Dubiel has been a Mayo Clinic Health System employee for the past 20 years. For more than 15 years, he was director of Facilities/Environmental Services. Dubiel has a bachelor’s degree in industrial technology from University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie. He is a member of the Wisconsin Healthcare Engineering Association and the National Fire Protection Association. He also has received certification in facilities management from the American Society of Healthcare Engineering.
The health care constructor certification program supports the community of health care construction professionals and is designed to provide an objective and rigorous assessment of broad-based knowledge in health care construction. To earn certification, an individual must satisfy eligibility requirements that incorporate a blend of education and associated health care-specific professional experience, agree to adhere to the AHA professional standards of conduct and pass the certification examination. This national credential distinguishes Dubiel as being among an elite group of more than 800 health care construction professionals who hold the certification.
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Mayo Clinic Health System consists of clinics, hospitals and other facilities that serve the health care needs of people in more than 60 communities in Georgia, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. The community-based providers, paired with the resources and expertise of Mayo Clinic, enable patients in the region to receive the highest-quality health care close to home.