HUGO—Billy Johnson is the new campus director at Baptist Village of Hugo. He began serving on Sept. 1.
“Billy is extremely experienced and has a servant’s heart,” said Bill Pierce, president of Baptist Village Communities (BVC). “He is an outstanding leader in our field. I have been blessed to call him friend for many years.”
Johnson is a highly experienced healthcare administrator in southeast Oklahoma. He served nearly 20 years as CEO of Coal County General Hospital and Extended Care, which includes a skilled health center.
Johnson holds a bachelor’s degree in counseling from Calvary Theological Seminary and is a longtime member and deacon at Coalgate, First. He and his wife, Nancy, have two children and two grandchildren.
“Billy Johnson is a perfect fit for Baptist Village of Hugo,” said Steve Thomas, BVC vice president-operations. “He is a committed, servant leader, and I’m thrilled that God has called him to serve with us in the ministry of Baptist Village Communities.”
Johnson shares enthusiasm for his new calling to Baptist Village.
“It is an honor and privilege to be part of Baptist Village of Hugo,” he said. “God has blessed me with the opportunity to work with great providers and caregivers and be part of the Hugo community. I would like to thank everyone who has already welcomed me to the Baptist Village family and to the community. I am looking forward to being part of the community and working together to provide the best services possible to the families who trust Baptist Village for their services.”
To learn more about Baptist Village of Hugo, call 580/326-8383 or visit baptistvillage.org.