Donald H. Lloyd II (’06) of Marion received the Francis Marion University Morgan B. Coker School of Business Outstanding Alumnus Award for 2014.
The award was presented during a breakfast on Feb. 21.
Lloyd received the B.S. in business administration from Lander University and the MBA from FMU.
He is currently the administrator of CHRISTUS St. Patrick Hospital in Lake Charles, La. Lloyd, who was previously administrator, chief operating officer, comptroller and human resources director for various organizations throughout South Carolina, is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the hospital, coordinating the actions of all departments.
Lloyd formerly served as president and CEO and executive vice president of Marion Regional Healthcare System and its affiliates. Before joining Marion Regional Healthcare System, he served as the facility administrator for the Pee Dee Regional Center in Florence and the Thad E. Saleeby Development Center in Hartsville. These institutions provide specialized behavioral and medical services to the disabled and special needs citizens of South Carolina.
Early in his career, Lloyd held positions as director of human resources and comptroller with the Laurens County Healthcare System. He also served as an administrator and chief operating officer with the Marion County Hospital District. He has 28 years of experience in health finance, human resource recruitment and retention, and clinical operations.
Lloyd is actively involved in many health-related professional societies including the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Advisory Board of the Health Care Administration Program at Lander University.
He and his wife, Monti, have two children and a grandchild.