Sterling Health Care: 859.404.7686, Sterling Women's Care: 859.498.2323

Bath Family Health Services: 606.674.9776, Nicholas Family Health Services: 859.405.4024

Leadership Team




Harold T. Brown

Harold T. Brown, MBA
Chief Executive Officer

Harold Brown is currently the CEO of Sterling Health Solutions, (SHS) Inc., a non-profit community health center organization in Eastern Appalachian Kentucky serving Montgomery, Bath, Menifee & Nicholas Counties with comprehensive primary care (medical, dental, substance use, behavioral health), OB/GYN and prenatal services. The 11-clinic network includes 2 neighborhood primary care clinics, 1 urgent treatment clinic, 1 Women’s (OB/GYN) clinic, 1 dental clinic and 6 school-based clinics, as well as a Job-Corp Program.

Harold’s work with SHS was preceded by his work as Vice President of Administrative Services at a multi-site Federally Qualified Health Center in Newark, NJ. He has also held previous consulting engagements with the New Jersey Primary Care Association and a national psychiatric group providing telepsychiatric services. Harold has been recognized for his work by the Kentucky Health Center Network and the National Association of Community Health Centers.

Harold serves on the Board of Directors for the following organizations: Saint Joseph Mount Sterling Hospital Foundation, Kentucky Health Center Network, Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce, Montgomery County Rotary Club.

Harold earned a MBA in Healthcare Management from Rutgers University and a BA in Economics from the University of Pittsburgh. He holds a Six-Sigma-Healthcare certificate from Villanova University.


Richard Hall, MD

Richard Hall, MD
Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Hall graduated from the University of Louisville School of Medicine. He has practiced in Kentucky throughout most of his professional career, with the majority of years of practice in his hometown of Mt. Sterling. Dr. Hall is licensed in Kentucky and board certified in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. He is an active medical staff member at Saint Joseph – Mount Sterling Hospital and he serves on the Obstetrics and Pediatrics Committee. Dr. Hall has served in leadership roles in inpatient and outpatient settings throughout his medical career.

Dr. Hall completed his medical residency training in Internal Medicine & Pediatrics at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. He earned his Bachelors degree in Biology from Morehead State University.


Alex

Alex Conrad, CPA, CPC
Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Conrad brings a wealth of financial management related professional experiences to include healthcare consulting, public accounting, business analysis, physician practice management, medical coding and much more. He is a member of the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) and The American Institute of CPAs (AIPCA). He maintains the following certifications: Certified Professional Accountant (CPA) & Certified Professional Coder (CPC).

Mr. Conrad earned his B.A. in Accounting from Bethel College. He is an active member of the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA).


Harold T. Brown

Tina Hall, BA
Chief Administrative Officer

Ms. Hall has served as bookkeeper and/or office manager in various settings for more than two decades. Her skills include financial record keeping and reporting, budget preparation and adherence, and compliance with government regulations. Her experience in the financial arena spans the spectrum of small businesses to statewide councils. Additionally, her experience includes working in for-profit and not-for-profit settings, as well as the development of capital and fundraising campaigns. She has lived in Mt. Sterling for more than a decade and has experience working with indigent populations, supervising staff, and account collection.

Ms. Hall earned a Bachelors degree in Marketing & Management from Anderson University. She is also an active member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA).

 

Mission of Sterling Health Solutions, Inc.

“Our mission is to improve the lives for all people in the communities we serve through improved health regardless of the ability to pay for the services.”