SGMC Names Forbes Chief Development Officer

| July 31, 2017

VALDOSTA – South Georgia Medical Center welcomes Bill Forbes as Chief Development Officer. Forbes has been affiliated with SGMC for nearly two decades, serving in various capacities, from administration to chief planning officer.

In his new role, Forbes will support business development and growth strategies for the health system. He will also ensure and enforce system compliance in regards to state laws and regulations.

Forbes grew up in South Carolina, served four years in the US Air Force and served in Vietnam. After Vietnam, Forbes was stationed at Moody Air Force Base. He graduated from Valdosta State University with a major in business management and a minor in marketing. Since then, he has served as the city manager as well as the mayor of Homerville, as an independent business owner and as the CEO of Clinch Memorial Hospital.

He is a licensed stocks and bonds representative and a licensed private pilot. He enjoys bass fishing. He is married to Robbie Johnston Forbes, and has two children, Monica and Michael, and two grandchildren Matteo and Luca Parisi.

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  1. hnn says:

    Another rich well connected local money man. How will paying this person well into six figures actually help patients, nurses and doctors who actually do the work? Sounds like another person trying make money off a community who actually does not want to do patient care. Sad. SGMC board is another problem that continually goes addressed. Community deserves better

  2. Johnson Taylor says:

    Pay the nurses a fair and equitable wage! They might stop leaving if you do.

    Everyone tired of all the SGMC BS.