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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, Chamberlain School of Nursing, and Washington State University. She has a bachelor’s degree from Chamberlain School of Nursing and an MBA from Washington State University.

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, DNP, 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. In May 2015, Lea Ann earned her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from the University of Southern Indiana.


Jean Prather is the Director of Human Resources at Greene County General Hospital.  She loves working in human resources because it provides her the opportunity to assist employees in achieving their full potential.  Prior to working in healthcare, Jean was the Assistant Director of Human Resources at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.   Jean is certified as a Professional in Human Resources through HRCI and SHRM.  Jean has worked in Human Resources for more than 20 years and received a Master’s degree in Human Resource Development from Indiana State University and a Bachelor of Arts from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College.

Jean is a former President for the Wabash Valley Human Resources Association, was on the Professional Development Committee for the Indiana Industry Liaison Group in Indianapolis, and on the advisory board for the Business Leadership Network, an organization working on integrating people with disabilities into the workforce.

Amy Lore is the Director of Public Affairs at Greene County General Hospital. Amy has invested more than 13 years in government and strategic communications. Her career has taken her to Capitol Hill, where she served as a staff member in the United States Senate, and to the halls of the Indiana State House, where she spent seven years as an adviser and speech writer for former Lt. Governor Becky Skillman. Since then, Amy has worked in business development and communications at the WestGate@Crane Technology Park, and supported the communications needs of Radius Indiana while completing her Master’s degree in Public Administration (ISU, ’15).


Carol Trump-Sims has been part of the Greene County Home Healthcare team since 1994, where she has served as Director since 2015. A highly-skilled Registered Nurse with more than 20 years’ experience in hospital, home health care, and nursing management, Carol earned her BSN from Indiana State University and IUPUI in 2002 (ASN, IUPUI, 1990). Her career has taken her from pediatrics at Riley Children’s Hospital to post-operative open heart surgery recovery at St. Francis Hospital and on to serve in Labor and Delivery. She has also worked with Healthy Families Indiana Quality Assurance and Prevent Child Abuse America.

Kyle Cross serves as Greene County General Hospital Foundation’s Director. 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.

Department Heads

Nursing Departments:

Chief Nursing Officer – Lea Ann Camp, RN, MSN, DNP

Interim Executive Director of Nursing – Kristin Crynes, RN

Emergency Room – Troy Gaither, RN, BSN

Environmental Services – John Sanders

Home Healthcare – Carol Trump-Sims, RN, BSN

House Supervisors – Tena House, RN; Amy Nevills, RN; Jacquelyn Suthard, RN; and Heather Van Horn, RN

ICCU – Troy Gaither, RN, BSN

Infection Control/Employee Health – Kristin Crynes, RN

Inservice Education – Julie Collins, RN, BSN

Medical/Surgical – Amy Nevills, RN (Interim)

OB/Chronic Care Management – Teresa Hutton, RN

Outpatient Surgery – Julie Walker, RN

Quality Assurance/Performance Improvement – Jill Raines, RN

Surgery – Curt Passen, RN

Non-nursing Departments:

Chaplain – Floyd Stone

Chief Executive Officer – Brenda Reetz, RN, BSN

Chief Financial Officer – April Settles, CPA

Corporate Compliance Officer – Ryan Irish

Human Resources – Jean Prather, PHR

Information Technology – Steve Phillips

Infusion Center – Melissa Toon, RPh

Laboratory – Brandi Cox, MT(ASCP)

Ladies’ Auxiliary President – Nancy Hiatt

Maintenance – Dewey Collins

Medical Records and Registration – Amber Greene, RHIT

Nutrition Services – Beth Bennett, BS/Dietary Management Certification

Occupational Therapy – Tim Johnson, OTR

Pharmacy – Melissa Toon, RPh

Physical Therapy – Jamie Cornelius, DPT

Public Affairs – Amy Lore, MPA

Purchasing – Chad Gaither

Radiology – Gina Fish, RT (R) (CT) (RDMS)

Respiratory Therapy – Racheall Lengacher, RRT, CHIT

Social Services – Joyce Busenburg, LSW, MSW

Utilization Review – Vicki McHenry, RN