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Baptist Health Names New PACE Program Executive Director

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Shelia Williams

Baptist Health has named an executive director for the health system’s PACE program.

Beginning Monday, May 20, Shelia Williams will serve as the PACE program executive director. Most recently, Williams had served as vice president and administrator at Baptist Health-Hot Spring County.

The PACE program – Porgram of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly – provides “community-based health care and services to the elderly.” The program is focused on allowing older adults to remain at home with a high quality of life.

Prior to joining Baptist Health in 2014, Williams served as CEO and administrator at HSC Medical Center. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Henderson State University.

Tony Hardage has been named the interim vice president and administrator for Baptist Health Center-Hot Spring County. This appointment is effective May 17.

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