Tanner Health System MyChart

Executive Leadership

Board of Directors

Daniel Jackson

Daniel Jackson,
Chairman

Jeffrey Lindsey

Jeffrey Lindsey, DMD,
Vice Chair

Gelon Wasdin

Gelon Wasdin,
Treasurer

Timothy Warren

Timothy Warren,
Secretary

 


Steve Adams

Chris Arant, MD

Chris Arant, MD

Anne Berry

Anna Berry

Lynne Clark

Lynn Clarke

 

Loy Howard


Karen Middlebrooks


Fred O'Neal

Howard Ray

Howard Ray

 

Executive leadership

Loy Howard
Loy Howard
President and Chief Executive Officer
Tanner Health System
Howard became president and CEO of Tanner Health System in 1994. He previously served as the CEO and CFO of the Union Hospital District in South Carolina.
A recognized community leader, Howard has served as chairman of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce and has received numerous awards, including Georgia Hospital Association’s Chairman Award in 2014, the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce's Citizen of the Year award in 2008, the chamber's Horizon Award in 2002 and the Visionary Award from the Follow Me Foundation in 2000.

 

Senior leadership

Benjamin Camp, MD
Benjamin J. Camp, MD
Executive Vice President, Chief Medical Officer and Chief Quality Officer
Tanner Health System
As the enterprise chief medical officer and chief quality officer at Tanner Health System, Dr. Camp oversees medical staff services and credentialing of medical staff, as well as case management, clinical documentation, risk management, clinical integration, and data and analytics services. He also serves as Tanner’s lead physician accountability officer. Board-certified in emergency medicine, Dr. Camp earned his medical degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Medicine, completed an internship and residency in general surgery at Dartmouth Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, and completed a residency in emergency medicine at the University of Colorado/Denver General Hospital.

 

Carol Crews
Carol Crews, CPA
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Tanner Health System
For more than 25 years, Crews has served the community through her many positions at Tanner Health System. As enterprise CFO of Tanner, she oversees all business-related activity for the system, including budgets, audits and governmental filings. Her responsibilities also include accounting, payroll, patient financial services, patient registration and scheduling, health information management and revenue integrity. Crews earned her bachelor's in business administration and accounting from the University of West Georgia and later became a certified public accountant. She is a member of the west Georgia chapter of the Georgia Society of CPAs, the Healthcare Financial Management Association and the Georgia Hospital Association.

 

Jim Griffith
Jim Griffith, MBA
Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Strategy Officer
Tanner Health System
Griffith has served in leading healthcare systems for more than 25 years. He now leads Tanner Health System’s hospital division and is responsible for facilities performance, service line advancement, nursing and clinical departments, human resources, patient experience and employee engagement. Griffith most recently served as the COO at El Camino Health in Mountain View, California. Prior to El Camino Health, Griffith served as the COO at Tanner. He was also the COO at Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System in Salinas, California. Griffith grew up in Chattanooga and earned his bachelor’s in speech communications from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and his master’s in business administration from the Monterey Institute of International Studies.

 

Greg Schulenburg
Greg Schulenburg
Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Information Officer
Tanner Health System
After serving as COO of Greenway Health, Schulenburg joined Tanner in 2017 as chief information officer (CIO). In addition to CIO duties, he is also responsible for Tanner Medical Group, managed care, physician recruitment, compliance and facilities construction. Having earned a bachelor’s in economics from the University of Georgia, Schulenberg previously managed projects for Prudential Bank, National Support and NationsBank. In addition to his ambulatory division responsibilities at Tanner, he is a board member for the Boys and Girls Club of Carroll County and an active member of Habitat for Humanity.

 

Wayne Senfeld
Wayne Senfeld, Ed.S., LPC
Executive Vice President, Behavioral Health
Tanner Health System
Promoted to senior vice president of behavioral health and business development in 2012, Senfeld is responsible for Willowbrooke at Tanner’s inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services. He received a 2012 GHA Healthcare Heroes Award for his rigorous advocacy of patient care in the area of mental health, along with his outstanding progress in behavioral health program growth in the west Georgia area. Senfeld joined the Tanner team in 1998 as a program manager and served in various positions before becoming the administrator of Willowbrooke at Tanner in 2008. Senfeld has since earned GHA’s Community Leadership Award and was elected to the Georgia Hospital Association’s Board of Trustees. He currently serves as the GHA’s board chair for the Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Division committee and on Georgia's Behavioral Health Reform and Innovation Commission.

 

Bonnie
Jill Anelli, MBA
Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer
Tanner Health System
As the senior vice president and chief human resources officer, Anelli is responsible for planning, directing and coordinating human resource programs across Tanner Health System. She serves as a liaison and catalyst for change with departmental leadership, operational managers and staff employees in human resource functions such as recruitment, employee relations, performance management, policy implementation, communication and employment law, and compliance. She also serves as a key contributing member of the system HR leadership team and Tanner's senior leadership team, including engagement, strategic goals, initiatives and work plan. Prior to joining Tanner, Anelli served as the regional HR director for the midlands division of MUSC Health in Columbia, South Carolina. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation and has a passion for executive healthcare coaching. Anelli received an MBA from Liberty University and holds a bachelor's in business administration from Florida Gulf Coast University..

 

Bonnie
Bonnie Boles, MD, MBA
Senior Vice President, Chief Medical Information Officer
Tanner Health System
As the chief medical information officer for Tanner Health System, Dr. Boles provides leadership and vision for the optimization of the Epic platform and serves as the bridge between technology and clinical care delivery within all facilities. She is responsible for data governance to enhance data driven process change leading to more efficient, effective care delivery. Board certified in pulmonary and critical care medicine, Dr. Boles earned her medical degree from Emory University. She completed internship, residency and fellowship at Emory University and received her executive MBA from Auburn University.

 

Eric Dalton
Eric Dalton, MHA
Senior Vice President, Hospital Operations
Tanner Health System
As the senior vice president for hospital operations, Dalton oversees the daily operations of Tanner Health System's acute care campuses. He is responsible for these departments: campus and support services, clinical engineering, EVS, lab, nutritional services, respiratory, pharmacy and security. He most recently served as vice president of clinical program development and administrator for Tanner Medical Center/Villa Rica. Prior to Tanner, he was service line administrator for Chesapeake Regional Medical Center in Chesapeake, Virginia, where he had responsibility for developing their initial service line structure. He has also served as administrative director of orthopedics for the Bon Secours Hampton Roads Health System, a three-hospital health system. Dalton holds a bachelor’s degree in health services administration from James Madison University and master’s degree in health administration from Virginia Commonwealth University..

 

Michelle Hoehn
Michelle Hoehn, DNP, RN, NE-BC
Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer
Tanner Health System
Promoted to senior vice president and chief nursing officer in 2023, Hoehn previously served as vice president of nursing in Carrollton. Prior to Tanner, Hoehn served as director of patient care services and central nursing services at Augusta Medical Center, a 400-bed level 1 trauma center with a 150-bed children’s hospital, where shes utilized the Magnet Nursing Designation Framework for promoting nursing clinical excellence through shared governance. She is experienced in Lean leadership, strategic planning, innovation and process redesign. She has served as on the board for Georgia Organization of Nurse Leader and continues to be involved with American Nurses Association. Hoehn earned her doctor of nursing practice from Grand Canyon University, holds a nurse executive credential, and brings 20 plus years of experience to this vital nursing role.


Clint Hoffman
Clint Hoffman, MBA, FACHE
Senior Vice President, Tanner Medical Group
Tanner Health System
In addition to leading Tanner Medical Group, a multispecialty medical group that provides services throughout Northwest Georgia and East Alabama, Hoffman manages Tanner Urgent Care, Tanner Home Health and Tanner Hospice, and is responsible for supporting Tanner’s population health management initiatives. Prior to joining Tanner, he served in a dual role as chief administrative officer of physician integration and business development for Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System (SVMHS) and as chief operating officer of Salinas Valley Medical Clinic, a 150-provider multispecialty group that operated as a component of SVMHS. Hoffman is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. He received an MBA from San Diego State University and holds a bachelor's in telecommunication, multimedia and applied computing from California State University - Monterey Bay.

 

 

Medical leadership



Heather Park, MD,
Chief of Staff


Chris Powell, MD
Vice Chief of Staff

 

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