Devin Hugie, State President
Devin is currently the Executive Director of Support Services for Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC). Previously, Devin was the Director of Facilities Management for Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance and San Pedro.
Devin has a Masters of Business Degree in Healthcare Management and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management both from California Coast University; additionally, he has a Certificate of Facility Management from University of California Irvine.
Devin recently completed serving his second term as the ASHE Region 9 Director (2014-2018) and Chairman of the Advocacy Committee for the American Hospital Association 2016-2018. Previously, he served as the vice-chairman of the Advocacy Committee from 2015-2016.
Devin has also served in numerous leadership roles within the state chapter, The California Society of Healthcare Engineers (CSHE): These roles include, Los Angeles chapter vice president 2011-2012, and the Orange County chapter President 2013-2014. Additionally, he has served on the Executive Board as the State Treasurer 2015-2016, State Vice President 2016-2018 and the Education Chairman from 2010-2016. Devin is currently serving on the CSHE Executive Committee as State President and CEO, along with other ad hoc committees.
Devin is recognized by the American Hospital Association as a Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM) and as a Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC): Additionally, in 2012 he received his senior status and in 2018 he received his Fellow Status (FASHE). Devin received the outstanding member award from the California Society of Healthcare Engineers (CSHE) in 2011 and Distinguished Member Award in 2014. Devin also received the prestigious Presidents award for outstanding leadership in 2013. Additionally, Devin is recognized by the Board of Certified Healthcare Safety Management as a Certified Healthcare Safety Professional Senior Status (CHSP) with the Fire Safety Management endorsement (FSM), and is a Certified Healthcare Emergency Professional (CHEP). Devin also has been recognized by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) as a Certified Life Safety Specialist-Health Care (CLSS-HC) and a Certified Emergency Power System Specialist (CEPSS-HC). Additionally, he is a Senior Certified Healthcare Mechanic and he has numerous professional licenses such as an HVAC, Electrical, Universal 608, and has an Operating Engineer Unlimited L.A Steam License. Lastly, he has the BOC Level I and II Certifications.
Dave Lockhart, State Vice President
After serving 4 years in the U.S. Navy as an electrician, and 8 years in the power generation industry I joined Kaiser Permanente. Over the past 24 years while at Kaiser Permanente I’ve worked at every level of facility operations and have been involved with opening, operating, expanding and improving facilities operations. My team and I obtained the Energy Star certification for the Roseville campus where I’ve spent the majority of my healthcare career. I have a certificate in Industrial Electricity, an Associate’s degree in Mechanical Electrical technologies, as well as a bachelor’s degree from Sacramento State in Vocational Education. I have also obtained the CHFM designation from the American Hospital Association, and C.E.M. as a certified energy manger. My current role is the Executive Director for Facilities Operations where I have been working on improved and innovating programs and standards for our enterprise in facility operations.
I have been an active member of CSHE since 2002, and participating on planning committees for state and regional institutes, as well as, a speaker presenting meaningful topics. I have served many leadership roles and currently I’m the State secretary and the Energy to Care liaison. In 2012 I received the Emerging Leader recognition from ASHE and this past year I received my senior status.
David Baker, State Treasurer
I started my career in healthcare engineering 28 years ago, but in all reality I’ve been exposed to it my whole life. At a young age I took interest in healthcare engineering, my father was VP of Operations for American Medical International (AMI) he oversaw 106 hospitals around the world; He was a wealth of knowledge and invaluable resource during my early years in plant operations. In 1990, I had started as a Maintenance Engineer I, and in 1992, I received my unlimited steam license and made Engineer II; 2002 was made the Safety Officer/Engineering Supervisor. 2002 was made Director of Plant Operations for Garden Grove Hospital. In 2008 Prime Healthcare Services made me Director of Facilities over two hospitals. 2015 was promoted Corporate Director of Energy Management & Facilities Prime Healthcare overseeing 45 hospitals throughout the United States. My newest endeavor is with Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) as Director of Facilities & Construction. At this stage in my life I feel I have a unique ability to comprehend all aspects of facility management / construction and energy sustainability in the healthcare environment.
I got involved with the California Society of Healthcare Engineering in 2009 and in 2013 served two years as Orange County chapter VP, elected Chapter President in 2015. Currently with the Executive Board serving as the CSHE Educational Committee Chairman and Secretary for the state. I believe in the future of this organization and would like to offer my continued services and expertise in this field to help grow our organization.
Mark Morucci, State Secretary
Mark is currently serving as the Chief of Engineering for Kaiser Hospital of Antioch, California. Previously, Mark was Assistant Chief of Engineering for John Muir Hospital, Concord, California.
Mark earned an Associate Degree in Fire Science from Chabot College, Hayward, California. Additionally, he is recognized by the American Hospital Association as a Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM) and as a Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC). Mark received the Outstanding Member Award from the California Society of Healthcare Engineers. He was also honored with the Region 9 Leadership Award from the American Society for Healthcare Engineering. Mark is recognized as a Senior Certified Healthcare Mechanic, (MECH), as well as a Certified Energy Specialist, Stationary Engineers, Local 39. Mark is currently serving as Vice President San Francisco Chapter, CSHE.
Outside of Healthcare, Mark is married to his lovely wife of 30 years, (Kim), and is blessed with 2 great kids, daughter Haley, a recent University of Southern California graduate, and son Brad, a sophomore at University of Nevada, Reno.
Rick Barker, Immediate Past President
Rick Barker is the immediate past President of the California Society for Healthcare Engineering, Inc. (CSHE). He has served on the CSHE Executive Committee for over 8 years. Mr. Barker also serves as the Director of Facilities for the Sutter Roseville Medical Center.