Baxter Regional Medical Center is pleased to welcome Lang Zimmerman to
the Board of Directors.
Lang Zimmerman attended the University of Arkansas, earning a B.S. in Computer
Science Engineering before relocating to Mountain Home in 1985. Lang is
the vice president and serves on the Board of Directors of Yelcot Telephone
Co., Yelcot Auto Group (Ultimate Ford, Ultimate Jeep/Chrysler, Ultimate
Buick GMC), Mountain View Telephone Co. and Yelcot Video Group, and he
is co-founder and managing partner of Big Creek Golf and Country Club
and Mountain Land Group, LLC.
Lang has served as a commissioner on the Arkansas Economic Development
Commission since his 2011 gubernatorial appointment and was chairman in
2015. He has also served as board member and president of the Arkansas
Deaf and Hearing Impaired Telecommunications Services Corporation. He
currently serves on the board and is a two-time past president of Arkansas
Telecommunications Association and past chairman of their Legislative
and Regulatory Committee. Other current board memberships include University
of Arkansas Computer Science and Computer Engineering Advisory Board,
Arkansas Travel Council, FOCUS Mountain Home and University of Arkansas
College of Medicine Parents Club. He is a past board member of the Mountain
Home Area Chamber of Commerce, North Central Arkansas Regional Economic
Development and North Central Arkansas Foundation for Higher Education.
Lang is an active member and past president of the Rotary Club of Mountain
Home and a Paul Harris Fellow of Rotary International, and he serves on
the Arkansas State University - Mountain Home Performing Art Committee.
He received the Distinguished Alumni Award from University of Arkansas
College of Engineering in 2005 and elected to membership in the Arkansas
Academy of Computing in 2012.
andldquo;We are all honored to have Lang join the Baxter Regional team,”
said Sally Gilbert, Baxter Regional Medical Center Board Chairman. “Lang
and his family are well-loved members of our community, and his expertise
and knowledge will be an invaluable asset to our Board.”
Lang and his wife, Sara, have two children. Sloane is a third year medical
student at University of Arkansas for Medical Science in Little Rock,
and Richard recently graduated from the University of Arkansas with a
B.A. in Accounting.