Dr. Greg Bounds has been the CEO of Goshen Medical Center, Inc. (GMC) since July 2001. Previously Dr. Bounds worked in a variety of capacities, as a small business owner, consultant, and university professor. His academic appointments have been at The University of Tennessee, Davidson College, Queens College, UNC Charlotte, and most recently, as a Research Associate at Harvard Business School writing case studies on B2B e-commerce. Dr. Bounds has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Davidson College and advanced degrees in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and Divinity from The University of Tennessee and Harvard University. In the past ten years Dr. Bounds has taken a struggling community health center from the brink of closure, with only three sites and financial distress, to the status of the largest system in the state, with more than 20 sites and serving six counties in eastern North Carolina. On April 1, 2009, Vice President Joe Biden honored Dr. Bounds with an on-site visit at his site in Faison, North Carolina, on the “eve” of launching the President’s “stimulus” strategy. Vice President Biden said that GMC was identified by the USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack as the best example in the country of how to leverage federal money in a rural environment. Mr. Biden also called GMC a “model” for the rest of the country.