Parkview Health has named Juli Johnson president of Parkview Huntington Hospital. She most recently served as the hospital's vice president of patient care services. November 11, 2014

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HUNTINGTON, Ind. – Parkview Health officials today announced Juli Johnson has accepted the position of president, Parkview Huntington Hospital (PHH). Johnson has more than 19 years of experience in healthcare, all in Huntington County. Her experience and familiarity with Huntington County will be of great value to the patients and community as well as the PHH team and health system.

Johnson has served in many leadership and clinical positions during her tenure with PHH, including house supervisor, inpatient manager and most recently vice president of Patient Care Services. She started her career in healthcare at Huntington Memorial Hospital in 1995 and continued her service when the hospital joined Parkview Health.

“Throughout our recruitment process, we were committed to finding the right person, not only for the hospital, but for the community,” said Rick Henvey, COO, Parkview Health. “Juli is passionate about and very much committed to the health and well-being of the residents in Huntington County and the surrounding area. Juli is active in the community and she’ll do a great job leading the Parkview Huntington Hospital team.”

Johnson is a native of and continues to live in Huntington County. She and her husband, Tony, have been married for 17 years and they have two children, Rileigh and Reid. Johnson serves on the Boys and Girls Club of Huntington County Board and the Huntington County Community School’s Community Advisory Council.

“I have always loved being a part of this community and the many memories Huntington has provided me,” said Juli Johnson, president, Parkview Huntington Hospital. “Whether it's my days of playing basketball at Huntington North High School and the state championship we won in 1990, or watching my children grow up here, I care about Huntington and look forward to the new opportunities as president of Parkview Huntington Hospital that will allow me to continue serving this community.”

Johnson has served as interim president since the retirement of Darlene Garrett in July. She will begin serving as president of Parkview Huntington Hospital immediately.

Source: Parkview Health

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