Andy Woommavovah

System Director, Facilities, Construction, Energy & Infrastructure

Trinity Health

Andy Woommavovah (woom-a-voy-yah) is the System Leader for Facilities and Construction for Trinity Health based in Livonia, Michigan. The Trinity Health system includes 88 hospitals, 131 continuing care locations, the second largest PACE program in the country, 125 urgent care locations, and many other health and well-being services. Andy is responsible for developing and leading a national facility management and construction program.

Andy has over 30 years of experience in facility management and construction that he’s gained from a cross-section of sectors that includes the United States Army, civil works, and healthcare.

Andy is a Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM) and is a retired United States Army Lieutenant Colonel (Engineer). He is a Veteran of Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom and is the recipient of the Legion of Merit and Bronze Star for exceptional military service.

Andy holds a Master of Science degree from the University of Oklahoma in construction administration, a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering design, and an Associate’s Degree in construction. He is a 2014 graduate of the United States Command and General Staff College where he studied Joint Military Planning and Strategic Military Leadership.

Andy is an active member of his state chapter of the Kentucky Society of Healthcare Engineers (KSHE). At KSHE he has held board seats for memberships and training and is the 2024 President Elect for the chapter.

Additionally, Andy spends an equal amount of time participating in the national American Society of Healthcare Engineers (ASHE), where he has participated by devoting his time and expertise to ASHE by presenting, volunteering, authoring, and coauthoring content for ASHE.