Southeast Georgia Health System Welcomes New Facilities Director

August 13, 2020 – Southeast Georgia Health System is pleased to welcome Craig W. Stuckless, CHFM, as the new director of Facilities. Stuckless brings 18 years of experience in health care facility operations to his new position.

Prior to joining the Health System, Stuckless was the director of Support Services and director of Engineering and Safety at Meadows Regional Medical Center in Vidalia, Georgia. Stuckless also contracts as an independent Life Safety/Environment of Care consultant with BBRN Healthcare Inc., and travels to provide assessments and consultative services to hospital staff on Joint Commission certification requirements.

A 15-year veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces, Stuckless met his wife, Kelly, a Vidalia native, while she was visiting a friend in Canada. After honorably retiring from the military, they moved to Vidalia in 1996 and he became an American citizen in 2004.

Stuckless is active in his community and has served on several boards in various capacities. Currently, he is a board vice chairman for the Refuge Domestic Violence Shelter.