Judd Semingson of Community Clinic is new CHCA Board chair
Updated: Oct 11
Judd Semingson, CEO of Community Clinic based in Springdale, has been elected to lead the Board for the largest primary care network in the state.
Semingson, 45, was chosen Board chair in a unanimous vote during the Community Health Centers of Arkansas (CHCA) Board meeting in June. His term begins Saturday, July 1. He replaces Brigitte McDonald, CEO of 1st Choice Healthcare in Corning. Her term ends Friday, June 30.
“Community Health Centers across the state and the nation share a common and essential mission of expanding access to quality health care for all,” Semingson said. “I love what we do, and I am proud to help lead these incredible organizations in Arkansas.”
Semingson holds an MBA in Healthcare Administration and is a practicing APRN in addition to his CEO responsibilities. Community Clinic’s expanding operations in northwest Arkansas include 18 locations serving more than 42,000 patients a year.
As Board chair, Semingson will provide guidance for CHCA and its 11 Community Health Center (CHC) organization members throughout the state. He previously served as vice chair.
CHCs in Arkansas serve more than 285,000 people each year at more than 200 locations.