Dr. Bozeman honored for time on FCH Board

Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Members of the Fulton County Hospital Board presented Dr. Jim Bozeman with a plaque of appreciation at the recent meeting on June 26. Pictured from left to right are: Steve Hall, Jack Estes, Rob Long, Charles Owens, Charles French, Charles Willet and sitting in the front, Dr. Jim Bozeman.
Quinn Ziliak

Fulton County Hospital met on Monday, June 26, at 6 p.m. The financial report for May was tabled, as there were a few inaccuracies that had to be corrected, that would be presented the following month. Along with the financial report, that will be presented in the following month, there would be a financial report for the month of June, as well as a budget to be presented for the following fiscal year.

There were a few physicians who needed approval for credentials at the hospital. The board discussed that and the physicians were approved, unanimously.

The third item on the agenda was for the annual renewal of the department directors. Charles Willet recommended selecting the same directors to maintain their departments. Charles Owens made a motion to approve the recommendation, and Steve Hall seconded the motion.

Officer Selection for the new fiscal year was the next item on the agenda. Rob Long was selected as the president of the board, with full approval from the board. Steve Hall was also selected as treasurer and Charles Owens was selected as secretary.

A plaque was then presented to Dr. Jim Bozeman for his seven years of service to the hospital board. The June meeting will be Bozemanís final meeting. Since the accident with the tractor, Bozeman has had a speedy recovery, and has all but hit the ground running since. Dr. Arnold Griffin was selected in Bozemanís place.

The board then went into executive session. Upon returning from executive session, there was no action taken towards the personnel matters discussed.

With nothing further on the agenda, the board adjourned. The next hospital board meeting is set as Monday, July 24, at 6 p.m.

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