Greg Ranger is the President and Chief Executive Officer, Medxcel (TriMedx, Axess Ultrasound, eProtex, and TriMedx International).
Our company’s deep knowledge of clinical engineering and the challenges facing healthcare providers begins at the very top. For more than a quarter of a century, Greg has brought innovative approaches and a remarkable commitment to clients within the healthcare industry.
He shepherded TriMedx from its inception, and guided the organization’s growth. Greg’s leadership through the many changes in healthcare has helped us position our services to meet the continuously evolving needs of our clients. He is a founding member of the TriMedx Foundation, and encourages our associates to embody our Core Values of Integrity, Wisdom, Dedication, Reverence, Service of the Poor, and Creativity.
Greg earned an Associate’s degree in Biomedical Technology from Ivy Tech State College and a B.S. in Business from Indiana Wesleyan University. He also completed the Executive Development Program at the University of Michigan Business School.
Debi Fougerousse, Executive Administrator, Medxcel, started with TriMedx in October, 2006. She had previously spent many years in various support, customer service and inside sales positions. In July of 2009, she made the move to Medxcel. Currently she supports Greg Ranger (CEO, Medxcel) and is the Director of our Corporate Chaplaincy Program, now called Connecting Point. She also oversees our facility needs and manages several Central Office events.
She is a new Grandmother of both a boy and a girl, just 5 weeks apart. Grandma enjoys spending time with them, watching them learn and grow. Debi and her husband spend the rest of their time with their muscle show cars. They have been collecting and showing AMC models for over 15 years.
Dale Hockel is the Vice President of Clinical Engineering Services for TriMedx, a healthcare asset management organization. In his role he oversees the Clinical Engineering Service, Customer Account Management, New Customer Transition, and Contract and Supply Chain Management. Dale is a senior executive with more than 20 years of strategic and operational leadership executive with a solid track record of leading organization through change, maximizing operational performance by developing and empowering teams to continuously improve and streamline operations while exceeding organizational goals and client expectations.
Dale provides vision and strategic leadership for TriMedx has led the executive team in formulating long term strategic initiatives for growth and client retention.
Dale earned a BA in Management Science from Buena Vista University and an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University. He is a Motorola University certified Six Sigma Black Belt and an expert in Lean Principles. Dale is a member of ACHE - American College of Healthcare Executives and AAMI -Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation.
Originally from Iowa, Dale and his family reside in Zionsville, Indiana. Dale enjoys woodworking, golf, motorcycling riding, and most importantly spending time with his family. He is an active member of St. Alphonsus Liguori Catholic Church and board member of TriMedx Foundation.
Dave Martin, VP of Development with Duke Realty Healthcare Division, Indianapolis
Dave is responsible for complete project life cycle from business development, prepare/submit RFP responses from healthcare clients and prospects, make sales presentations, oversee all phases of project from preliminary deal terms, design, construction, client communication and final project delivery ensuring “on-time” and “on-budget” performance by the team for projects throughout the mid-west.
In 2007, Dave initiated the CareLink Project at Duke, a global humanitarian initiative to source new and used medical equipment and furniture from hospitals and health systems in the United States to front-line providers of healthcare services in developing countries around the world. To-date - successfully completed projects in Haiti; Jamaica; Kenya; Philippines; Honduras; Ghana; Mexico as well as provided misc. assistance to numerous other locations.
Dave received his Bachelors of Science and Marketing from the University of Evansville. Dave also was one of the volunteers on TriMedx’s mission trip in February 2012 with Jubilee Village Project to Kager, Kenya. He has served as a Board member for the Intercollegiate YMCA of Greater Indianapolis, and named by the YMCA as Volunteer of the Year in 2010.
Tim McGeath is senior vice president and general counsel, providing overall legal direction to the Medxcel companies and advising senior leadership on general business initiatives, transactions and risk management. In addition, Tim is responsible for negotiating and executing all agreements and contracts and provides counsel on the company’s strategic partnerships.
Before joining Medxcel, Tim was partner at the law firm of Hall Render, specializing in healthcare law. While practicing, Tim focused in the areas of corporate counsel, health care mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property and information technology. Prior to his legal career, Tim worked as an intelligence analyst and supervisor at the National Security Agency, served as an adjunct faculty member at the National Cryptologic School and Defense Intelligence College, and was senior intelligence officer in the White House Situation Room under Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton.
Tim earned a bachelor’s degree, with honors, from Hanover College, a master’s degree from Georgetown University and a law degree, cum laude, from Indiana University. He is a member of the Indiana Bar Association, American Bar Association and American Health Lawyer’s Association. Tim serves on the board of the TriMedx Foundation and Tau Chapter House Corporation.
Jeffrey S. Rose, MD is the Chief Medical Information Officer with The Trizetto Group located in Denver, Co and Saint Louis, MO.
As the Chief Medical Information Officer his initial focus is in the area of Provider Solutions, integrating business and clinical information, real-time claims processing and care information provision to clinicians to enable them to enhance the wellness of the consumers they serve.
Previously was Vice President of Clinical Excellence, Informatics, at Ascension Health where he provided senior clinical leadership and strategic support for new clinical systems and quality initiatives. He was selected by Modern Healthcare Magazine as one of the top 25 Informaticists in the United States in 2010 and 2011.
Dr. Rose has his Medical Degree and Fellowship Training in Interventional Radiology from the University of Colorado Health Science Center, and maintains Associate Professorships there and at the University of Missouri, Kansas City.
Dr. Rose’s book, Medicine and the Information Age, published in 1998, introduces the language and principles of clinical, information technology and business cultures in the new healthcare environment, and focuses on critical issues in medical practice as they relate to information technology.
Dr. Rose is also a co-founder and Board Chairman of the African Health and Hospital Foundation (501c3) with his wife Jill, providing medical supplies and education for native populations in East Africa, with a focus on Rwanda, Tanzania and Kenya (ahhf.org).
Dr. Suzie Snyder served the Christian Missionary Fellowship in Kenya among the Maasai from January 1992 through 2008. Dr. Snyder’s work combined medicine and ministry to the Maasai through CMF’s eight bush clinics in Narok District, where she served as a primary patient care provider.
Dr. Snyder is a graduate of UT- Houston School of Medicine and Vanderbilt University Internal Medicine & Pediatrics residency. Now stateside full-time, Suzie works with CMFI in Indianapolis as a Member Care Specialist and an ER doctor in Indianapolis.
Suzie has been a featured presenter and educator in the field of medical missions, most recently presenting three sessions at the Global Mission Health Conference in 2012 (Orphans and Vulnerable Children, Sustainability in Missions, and HIV/AIDS Case Studies 2010).
Chad Sukurs is a partner with the law firm Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman, P.C., which specializes in health care law. Chad focuses his practice on representing hospitals, physician groups, and other health care providers in various business transactions, including the purchase and sale of hospitals, the purchase and sale of physician practices, and general counsel representation. Chad earned a BA, with distinction, from Indiana University and a law degree from Vanderbilt University. Chad is currently a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association, the Indiana State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the American Health Lawyers Association.
As one of the newest members to the TriMedx Foundation Board, Chad is excited to participate in a charitable organization with global impact. Chad and his wife, Allison, reside in Indianapolis with their 3 children and attend College Park Church.
Director of TriMedx Foundation
Mary joined TriMedx Foundation in January 2011. Her passion for making a purposeful difference in the lives of others spans several years, and includes prior leadership roles as Director of Development for Peabody Home Foundation and Project Coordinator for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Mary holds a BS in Public Finance and Economics.
In her leisure time, Mary enjoys cheering on her two sons in their sporting events and creating gemstone and silver jewelry for friends and family.
Helen joined TriMedx Foundation in February 2012 as an Administrative Assistant. She brings years of experience in event planning, travel coordination, project management and meeting coordination.
Helen is active in her church as a leader in the outreach missions area. This has helped prepare her for her role with TriMedx Foundation, where she supports international mission work, including volunteer coordination, travel planning, event planning, and donor relations.
Helen is passionate about serving others and wants to make a positive impact for the Foundation. "I feel blessed to be able to use the skills accumulated over the last 20 years to make a difference in the lives of others and to being the Hands and Feet of Jesus Christ through caring for the poor and vulnerable in the developing world,” said Helen.