Executive Leadership Team
Henry County Medical Center is comprised of over 900 partners who are led by an executive leadership team and governed by a seven member board of trustees.
Interim CEO and CFO
Brad Bloemer joined HCMC in November 2020. Prior to coming to HCMC, he had thirty years of experience as a hospital CFO and controller. He served as CFO at Arkansas Methodist Medical Center in Paragould Arkansas; Murray-Calloway County Hospital in Murray Kentucky; and Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston Missouri. He was also the interim CEO at the hospitals in Paragould Arkansas and Murray Kentucky. Prior to beginning his healthcare career, Bloemer was an auditor for Price Waterhouse in St. Louis, Missouri. Bloemer has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Finance and a Masters Degree in Healthcare Administration; both from Southeast Missouri State University. He is also a Certified Public Accountant. Bloemer is a past president and treasurer of the Sikeston Rotary Club.
Kim Bentley, Interim Chief Nursing Officer
With 29 years of nursing experience, including 14 years of senior leadership experience, Kim Bentley, MS, RN, CCRN, has been serving as the interim Chief Nursing Officer at Henry County Medical Center since the beginning of December. Bentley, a native of Cleveland, Ohio comes to HCMC by way of Atlanta, Georgia, most recently working at Emory Hillandale Hospital in Lithonia, GA. There, Bentley served in the role of Vice President of Operations responsible for clinical oversight, quality assessment and performance improvement and strategic collaboration.
Bentley has a combined total of 22 years of experience in the Emory Healthcare System/Dekalb Medical Center. She worked in the roles of Clinical Nurse Specialist for Critical Care, Executive Director of Patient Care Services and Assistant Administrator at Emory Hillandale Hospital, Vice President of Operations and Chief Nursing Officer at Emory Johns Creek Hospital. She also worked as a Clinical Nurse Specialist at Gwinnett Medical Center.
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.
Chief Information Officer
Pam Ridley joined Henry County Medical Center in 1985 as a Computer Operator in the Data Processing Department. She was later promoted to the Director of Information Systems in 1988. In this role, Ridley has had oversight of all computer hardware, software, system implementations/upgrades and the advancement of technology usage at HCMC. Under her leadership, the IS department has been recognized nationally for the last 3 years as “The Best Hospital IT Department – Small Division” by Healthcare IT News , a national healthcare magazine. Recently promoted to Chief Information Officer, Ridley now has responsibility for Telecommunications and Corporate Compliance. Pam graduated from the University of Tennessee at Martin with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Information Systems.