Archbold’s Brooks County Hospital recently named June Furney, RN, MSN, as administrator of the critical access hospital located in Quitman, Georgia.
Furney began her career at Archbold in 1986 as a receptionist at the specialty clinic in Quitman. Furney went on to earn an Associate of Science degree in nursing from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, Georgia in 1995 and became a registered nurse in 1996. After becoming an RN, Furney transferred to Brooks County Hospital and worked as staff RN and charge nurse. Furney continued to further her education later earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in nursing and a Master’s of Science degree in nursing both from Valdosta State University. Furney has been serving as Director of Nursing since 2013 and Assistant Administrator of Brooks County Hospital since 2019.
“Being born and raised here in Brooks County I am proud to serve the people of this community. I have dedicated my career to ensuring this area has access to compassionate, patient-focused healthcare. I look forward to this new chapter and am honored to be in this role,” said Furney.
“June’s dedication to her job has not gone unnoticed. I believe her experience serving as a Director of Nursing and an Assistant Administrator have set her up for success for this new position and I look forward to seeing her skillsets continue to flourish,” said Jamie Womack, Vice President Critical Access/Post-Acute Services.