|Brenda Reetz serves as Greene County General Hospital’s Chief Executive Officer. She began her career at Greene County General Hospital in May 2012 as Chief Operating Officer. Previously, she worked as an ER nurse manager at Tuality Community Hospital in Hillsboro, Ore., and a nursing leader for Providence Medical Group in Portland, Ore. She worked locally at Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes and at Bloomington Hospital. In addition, she has worked all over the country as a traveling nurse. A White River Valley High School graduate, she received a nursing degree from Vincennes University in 1999. She continued her nursing education at Oregon Health and Sciences University and Chamberlain School of Nursing. She has a bachelor’s degree from Chamberlain School of Nursing.|
|April Settles serves as Chief Financial Officer for Greene County General Hospital. Settles, a certified public accountant, is a 2001 graduate of White River Valley High School, and a 2005 graduate of the University of Southern Indiana. Settles began as CFO at Greene County General Hospital, LLC, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Greene County General Hospital. Previously, Settles worked for BKD, a public accounting firm in Evansville. She also worked for German American Bank, where in 2012, she became a vice-president in the trust department in Jasper.|
|Lea Ann Camp, RN, MSN, is Greene County General Hospital’s Chief Nursing Officer. Camp began her career at Greene County General Hospital in March 2005 as a registered nurse in the intensive care unit/emergency room. In December 2006, she assumed the role of director of nursing. Before coming to Greene County General Hospital, she served as director of nursing for 11 years at AP & S in Terre Haute. She received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Evansville in 1981 and a master’s degree in nursing from Indiana State University in 2000.|
|Kyle Cross serves as Greene County General Hospital Foundation’s Coordinator. A lifelong resident of Greene County, Cross is a 2007 graduate of White River Valley High School and a 2012 graduate of Vincennes University. While serving as an intern with the Greene County General Hospital Foundation in 2014, he also graduated from Indiana State University with a degree in Health Sciences. Previously, Cross was an independent contractor for Macallister Machinery of Washington and the manager of Triple “H” Gun Club and Grill on the Hill in Linton.|
|Mark was born and raised on farms in Northern Indiana, earned his BS in Business Management from Indiana University, and his MBA in Finance from the University of Detroit.Mark has spent his business career in Indiana Healthcare serving as Vice President of Bloomington Hospital, CEO of HealthPlus HMO, Medical Staff Development VP with St Vincent Hospitals, and CEO of the Indiana Hand Center. Mark was Owner and Financial Manager of a group that developed a number of Healthcare companies including a single product pharmacy, Home Health Care, and Hospice. He has also served as State of Indiana Medicaid Managed Care Manager, Special Assistant to the President of The University of Indianapolis, and Practice Manager of Indiana Health Centers-Kokomo.
He and his wife Deb lived in the Old Southside Neighborhood of Indianapolis and have rehabbed multiple homes in addition to developing Green Acres Urban Farms. They were committed to improving this intercity neighborhood and Mark received an “Unsung Hero Award” from the Indianapolis Rotary Club for his efforts. Earlier in his career Mark was awarded a “Quality of Life” award from the Local Council of Women in Bloomington for his efforts in bringing a lifeline program for elderly to the community.
Mark has seven children and six grandchildren, enjoys hunting and boating and plays an instrumental role with Dad’s who have lost children by developing a Northside and Southside Indianapolis group with over 80 participating Dads. This group has written the book, Tuesday’s with the Dads and are currently working on a second book.