Vincent Turner Jr. , director of ancillary services at St. Bernards, was one of 20 young professionals recognized in a special Arkansas Business program – “New Influentials: 20 In Their 20s.”
Turner, who has been a part of the leadership team since 2014, is a graduate of Jacksonville State University who went on to earn master’s degrees in healthcare administration and business administration from the University of Alabama-Birmingham. While working on graduate degrees, he completed an internship and a residency at St. Bernards.
A member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, he is responsible for oversight of the radiology, laboratory and pharmacy departments.
Turner’s community involvement includes serving as board president of the My Generation Foundation, a nonprofit devoted to children’s health and wellness in Northeast Arkansas. He is a graduate of Leadership Jonesboro and has served in numerous positions in United Way of Northeast Arkansas in addition to training and competing in local and regional crossfit events.