Randy Johnson joined MCHD in March, 2012.  During his time at MCHD, the organization has focused on streamlining its services to the community.  The EMS service has continued to focus on response times, clinical expertise and customer service.  Additionally, MCHD has worked with the thirteen area responder agencies to insure a seamless, coordinated partnership responding to all fifty thousand 911 calls it receives each year. This focus helped MCHD achieve the “EMS Provider of the Year” award in 2013.  Mr. Johnson has also worked to assure that MCHD provides its services in a transparent, efficient and effective manner.  The Healthcare Assistance Program continues to serve the indigent county residents by contracting services with over 500 physicians, 10 hospitals, and numerous outpatient service centers.  This provides patients excellent care with great value to the tax payers of Montgomery County. Finally, Randy has expanded the County Health Department to provide emergency disaster services, mobile medicine services, and community navigator services.

Prior to joining the District, Randy’s 30 year experience in hospital administration included overseeing the development and operation of several hospitals including facilities with HCA, Memorial City, Christus, and Kindred Healthcare.

Randy earned his MS in Health Services Administration from the University of Houston at Clear Lake, and his BBA in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin.  He is a member of the Woodlands Rotary, Conroe, Magnolia, Magnolia Parkway and The Woodlands Chambers of Commerce, Leadership of Montgomery County, and serves as a Board Member for the Montgomery County United Way.