Tom Singleton

Tom Singleton

In 1970, Tom Singleton received a BA in Economics and Mathematics from Vanderbilt University and followed this up by receiving an MBA with a concentration in international finance from the University of Chicago where he studied under Eugene Fama, a Nobel Prize winner in Finance. Mr. Singleton grew up in Nashville, TN, and married his wife, Sylvia 1971. His wife homeschooled all of their children. He has four children and twelve grandchildren. His oldest daughter has four children, and she homeschools their children. In 1974 began healthcare career with Hospital Affiliates, a large hospital company that owned and managed hospitals and held various positions from hospital Chief Financial Officer, Group Controller, Served as Director of Corporate Budgets and Analysis, Division Controller, and finally Assistant VP of Operations. In 1981 co-founded Hospital Management Professionals (HMP), a hospital management company, and in 1989 started a division of HMP to work with severely financially distressed hospitals. In 1992, he sold HMP to Quorum Health and became CEO of Cambio Health Solutions (CHS), a subsidiary of Quorum, which was an acute care hospital turnaround management/performance improvement firm. In 1998 Mr. Singleton became CEO of New American Healthcare (NAH), a publicly traded owner of rural hospitals. In 2000 after liquidating NAH, he returned to CHS where, in 2002, he led an employee buyout of CHS from Quorum. In 2004 sold CHS to FTI, a large NYSE consulting company.
He served as board member of Ancient Faith Radio (501 c3), 2010-2015, and as board member of Project Mexico (501 c3) (a Mexican Orphanage and home builder), 2011-Present (currently Treasurer). He also served as board member of BrightStone (501 c3), a community Christian organization that provides services for mentally and physically challenged adults, 2008-2022. Mr. Singleton is active in various community organizations.