His VA career has included assignments as Health System Specialist, Surgical Service at the VAMC Dayton, OH; and as the Program Manager, VISN 10/11 Tele-Nurse Triage Program, Dayton, OH. in Healthcare Management and holds a Master's Degree in Health Service Administration from Xavier University (OH). He and his wife, Stephanie, have four daughters and reside in the Dayton area. Hardy was appointed Chief of Staff on October 8, 2012.
Before coming to the VA, following retirement from active duty, he worked for private sector companies and government contractors in the healthcare industry. Murdock retired as a Medical Service Corp (MSC) Officer from the United States Air Force in 1999. He is board certified in healthcare administration by the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) in which he holds membership as a Fellow (FACHE), and is a member of the Greater Ohio Healthcare Leaders Forum (GOHLF). Murdock is also a graduate of the 2012 VHA Healthcare Leadership Institute (HCLI). Prior to his selection as the Chief of Staff at Dayton VAMC, Dr.
During his Air Force career, he was assigned to Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton OH, Charleston AFB, SC, Misawa AB, Japan, and Aviano AB, Italy. Hardy served as the Vice President of Medical Affairs of Grandview Hospital and Medical Center located in Dayton, Ohio.
Glenn Costie is currently serving in the Senior Executive Service as the Medical Center Director of the Dayton VA Medical Center (VAMC), Dayton Ohio.
As Director, he is responsible for providing care for more than 38,000 Veterans and their families in a sixteen (16) county area in Ohio, and one (1) county in Indiana.
The facility resides on a 382-acre campus with a co-located VA National Cemetery. Costie began his VA career as a Technical Career Field graduate engineer trainee in 1984 at the VAMC in Martinsburg, WV.
He served as the Chief, Engineering Service at the Cleveland VAMC for more than 15 years.
While at Cleveland, he managed the most complex construction program in the country valued at more than $750 million. Costie serves his local community through active participation with American Veteran Heritage Center Board, Habitat for Humanity Board, Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association (GDAHA), Day Air Credit Union Board, Dayton Arcade Task Force, and Executive Committee Member for Homeless Solutions Policy Board. Costie is also a member of the VA’s Regional (VISN 10) Workforce Development Committee and the VA Secretary’s History and Archival Working Group.
His efforts resulted in the successful closure and consolidation of two campuses, construction of a large CBOC in Parma, OH and a major 500,000sf clinical addition to Cleveland. Costie served as the Associate Director at the VA Maryland Health Care System from 2006 until his appointment to the John J. He also serves as a coach/faculty for the Health Care Leadership Development Institute and Chair of the American College of Healthcare Executives VA Regent Advisory Council Awards Committee.
He is a native of Harrisonburg, Virginia and has a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Virginia Tech.
He is married and enjoys golf, reading history, touring historic locations, and working on home improvement projects. Mark Murdock was appointed the Associate Director of the VA Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio, on March 10, 2013. Murdock served as Acting Associate Director of the Dayton VA Medical Center. Murdock was appointed the Assistant Director of the VA Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio on September 26, 2010.
He attended Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. Hardy began his army career as an infantry platoon leader in the 101st Airborne Division and completed 18 months in Vietnam as an advisor to a Vietnamese infantry unit prior to attending medical school in 1976.