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Governor names Unity’s Fultz to board

Unity Health Trauma Coordinator, Jasper Fultz, LPN was appointed to a four-year term on the Arkansas State Board of Nursing by Gov. Asa Hutchinson. 

Hutchinson announced appointments Jan. 8. Fultz was one of two honorees named to the Arkansas State Board of Nursing. He has been with Unity Health-White County Medical Center for more than 35 years, where he found his calling in the Emergency Department. 

“This is a great honor with great responsibility,” Fultz said. “I look forward to helping to protect the public as their advocate and making a positive difference in nursing.”

Fultz has been honored with a number of awards for his service, including the Nursing Compassion Award in 2008 by the Arkansas State Board of Nursing, AR SAVES Nurse Facilitator of the Year in 2012 and an Arkansas Business Health Care Hero in 2018. He has also served on the American Red Cross Board as Disaster Relief Chair, United Way Board and the Founding Board of Jacob’s Place Homeless Shelter in Searcy. 

Gov. Asa Hutchinson has named Unity Health Trauma Coordinator Jasper Fultz to the Arkansas State Board of Nursing.