Public Health director leaving for position in S.C.

Public Health director  leaving for position in S.C.
July 26
05:30 2018

Forsyth County Public Health Director Marlon Hunter is stepping down, effective Aug. 17, to take a new job as CEO of ReGenesis, a federally Qualified Health Center in Spartanburg, S.C.

Hunter, who grew up in Spartanburg, has said that the timing of his resignation is completely based on getting the job offer and nothing to do with the recent consolidation of the boards of Public Health and Social Services into a Human Services Department with more direct county control.

Hunter has led the Public Health Department since 2011.

Assistant County Manager and Human Services Director Ronda Tatum will act as interim Health director and will be hiring the new Public Health director with input from the Consolidated Human Services Board.

The position is currently posted on the county’s website with a closing date of July 31.

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