Henry County Medical
Center is comprised of over 700 partners who are led by an executive leadership
team and governed by a five member board of trustees.
Thomas H. Gee, FACHE
Administrator-Chief Executive Officer
Thomas Gee has served
as the Chief Executive Officer of Henry County Medical Center in Paris,
Tennessee since 1992. Prior to his current position he served 15 years in
various administrative roles with Methodist Healthcare in Memphis,
Tennessee. His experiences have ranged from a 1000 bed teaching hospital
to suburban and rural community hospitals. Under his leadership, Henry
County Medical Center has doubled in size and scope of services. He is a
past chairman of both the Tennessee Hospital Association and the Hospital
Alliance of Tennessee. He was awarded the Meritorious Service Award for a
Chief Executive Officer by the THA in 2003 and the Regent’s Award by the
American College of Healthcare Executives in 2007. He did his
undergraduate work at DePauw University and earned his Master’s of Healthcare
Administration from Washington University in St. Louis. He is a fellow in
the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Assistant Administrator-Chief Financial Officer
Casteel joined Henry County
Medical Center in 2005 and has a BBA with a Major in Accounting from the
University of Memphis and an MBA with a concentration in Health Administration
from Bethel University. She is also a Certified Public Accountant.
Before joining Henry County Medical Center she held the position of Controller
and Compliance Officer for Gateway Medical Center in Clarksville, Tennessee and
before that as Auditor for both KPMG in Nashville and Shreveport, LA, and
Deloitte & Touche in Memphis. As Assistant Administrator and Chief
Financial Officer Casteel participates in Strategic Planning, Physician
Alignment, and Physician Practice Management Strategies. She has direct
oversight of areas in Revenue Strategies and Revenue Cycle Management; Logistics
and Materials Management; Information Systems, Health Information Management,
and Technology Development; Accounting and Financial Reporting; and the
Hospitalist Program. She is an alumni with the West Star Leadership
Program, an active member with Paris-Lakeway Kiwanis, serves on the Tennessee
Hospital Association Investment Committee Board, and a supporter of St. Jude
Children’s Hospital in hopes for a cure to childhood cancer.
Assistant Administrator-Director of Human Resources
Ed Ledden has been at Henry County Medical Center since October 1995. His primary responsibilities are Director of Human Resources, Risk Management, and Safety with the following departments reporting to him: EMS, Home Health, Hospice, and Quality Improvement.
Administrator-Henry County Healthcare Center
Sandra Ray came to Henry County
Healthcare Center in 1998 from Arkansas. She earned a Masters degree in Operations
Management from the University of Arkansas and has worked in healthcare
management for 34 years. She is an active member of the Tennessee Health
Care Association and her facility has won several awards of Excellence from the
American Health Care Association.