Williamson Named Chief Nursing Officer at NMMC-Pontotoc
PONTOTOC, Miss.—North Mississippi Medical Center-Pontotoc has named Hunter B. Williamson, RN, MHA, as chief nursing officer.
Williamson is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Mississippi Nurses’ Association. He obtained an associate degree in nursing from Itawamba Community College and a bachelor of science in nursing from Chamberlain College of Nursing. In 2018, Hunter completed a master of health administration degree from Ohio University.
His experience spans from intensive and critical care units, cauterization lab and medical-surgical units to roles in patient services and clinical rounding in Cardiovascular Services.
Williamson joins NMMC-Pontotoc after serving as the Health Services Administrator with Centurion of Mississippi for the past two years.
He and his wife Morgan, along with 6-year old daughter Macy, reside in Pontotoc County and are active members of Charity Baptist Church.