Meridian Star


March 9, 2014

Gullette named director of Horizons Geri-Psych Center

MERIDIAN —     Anderson Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce Ray Gullette, RN, BSN, MHS, as the new director of Horizons Geri-Psych Center at Anderson- South.

    Gullette has held many positions in the areas of senior care and psychiatric care during his career. He most recently served as Director of Clinical Operations, Behavioral Health Division, for Pioneer Health Services in Magee. Prior to that, he served as the executive director of SilverLeaf Manor. Gullette was also employed by East Mississippi State Hospital where he served in many capacities over his 27 years of employment.

    John Anderson, Vice President and Administrator of Anderson- South, said, “Ray brings a wealth of expertise to our geri-psych center. His vast knowledge and experience in senior behavioral health services will be very instrumental in us continuing to provide high quality care for our patients."

    Gullette has a Masters Degree in Health Science Administration from Mississippi College and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Southern Mississippi. He obtained his Registered Nurse Diploma from Matty Hersee School of Nursing and an Associate of Arts Degree from Meridian Community College.

    Gullette holds an array of certifications including Certified Mental Health Therapist by the Mississippi Department of Mental Health. He is a Certified Public Manager, Certified Supervisor Manager, and Basic Supervisor Program Graduate with the Mississippi State Personnel Board.  

    Gullette serves as a Primary Instructor for the Acute and Long Term Care Certified Nurse Aid Training Program, the New Employee Nurse Competency Program and the Annual Nurse Competency Program. He is a graduate of the Leadership Essentials Program with Pioneer Health Services and the State Executive Development Institute in the John C. Stennis Institute of Government.  Gullette is a member of the Mississippi Multicultural Task Force Committee.

    Gullette and his wife, who is also a nurse, have two children and live in Collinsville.

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