James D. Spry
Jim Spry founded HHS in 1975 after spending nine years helping two competitors build their businesses; he has expanded that knowledge base to improve systems and achieve higher standards across the board.
Thomas D. Spry, Jr.
Drawing on his extensive industry experience in management and operations, Tom Spry has provided invaluable leadership and direction for HHS. His experience and responsibilities with HHS have included acquiring new accounts, increasing sales revenues, and streamlining operational programs. He has contributed to the company’s growth by identifying new opportunities and developing business models to market HHS’s services. During Spry’s tenures as COO in 2002 and CEO from 2003 to 2006, his leadership was characterized by his practical, results-driven management style that brought HHS to a new level of success and operational efficiency. Spry graduated with a B.B.A. from Texas Christian University in 1978.
Bob Floyd has been with HHS since 1982. Floyd joined HHS in a marketing position, after serving in a similar capacity for the Manville Corporation. In 1984, when HHS acquired its first account in the southeast, he relocated to Florida and developed the southeast market. Floyd is one of HHS’s owners and served as Chief Executive Officer from 1991 to 1996, and he now manages HHS’s Business Development initiatives. Floyd received his B.B.A. and M.B.A. from Texas Christian University in 1977 and 1978, respectively.
Winston Rushing is an industry expert in hospital operations, financial management, strategic planning, joint venture affiliations, and healthcare industry trends. With an extensive background in both proprietary and not-for-profit healthcare, he built and opened two hospitals and served as Chief Executive Officer at several others.