President and Chief Executive Officer
Pete Weber began his tenure with Gordon Hospital in May 2009. Prior to joining Gordon, he served for 11 years as president and chief executive officer (CEO) at Texas Health Huguley in Burleson, Texas, which is also an Adventist Health System facility. In addition to his role at Huguley, Weber served as chairman of the board for Central Texas Medical Center and Metroplex Hospital in Killeen, which are all members of the Adventist Health System Southwest Region for which Weber served as president/CEO.
Weber began his career at Texas Health Huguley in 1978 as an orderly, and his responsibilities increased with his education and experience. In his years at Huguley, he served as a registered nurse, director of special services, vice president of ancillary and support services, senior vice president and chief clinical officer, and until recently, president and CEO of the hospital. Prior to this position, he served as president/CEO of Central Texas Medical Center in San Marcos from 1995 to 1997.
Weber was the longest tenured president/CEO to serve at Texas Health Huguley. His most significant accomplishments include positioning and expanding a new emergency department as well as a second ICU, piloting the first install of a system-wide clinical information system, growing an open heart program, overseeing the construction of a new doctor surgery center, and helping cultivate a renewed commitment to mission excellence in his hospital. He and his wife Karen, who reside in Calhoun, have two adult children, Olivia and David.
Vice President, Regional Human Resources Business Partner for the Southeast Region
Jeni Hasselbrack began her career at Gordon Hospital in 2005. As vice president and regional human resources business partner for Adventist Health System's southeast region, Hasselbrack oversees the human resources functions at facilities within the region with the goal of creating and maintaining a consistent culture and standard across the region.
A graduate of Southern Adventist University, Hasselbrack received a bachelor's degree in English and completed a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in management. Prior to serving as director, she held the position of employee recruiter.
A native of St. Helena, California in the Napa Valley, Hasselbrack enjoys working out, reading, spending time with friends, and participating in church activities. She resides in Calhoun.
Chief Nursing Officer
Amy Dyer Jordon is chief nursing officer (CNO) for Gordon Hospital. Amy holds a master’s degree in nursing and has more than 25 years of experience with Gordon Hospital, serving in various capacities and leadership roles. Since being named Chief Nursing Officer in 2006, the nursing staff at Gordon Hospital has ranked among the highest scores for Quality and HCAHPS in their region, as well as within Adventist Health System. During her tenure, the Joint Commission recognized Gordon as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures.
Amy is designated as Certified in Executive Nursing Practice (CENP) and holds healthcare certifications in both Quality (CPHQ) and Risk Management (CPHRM). She received the Distinguished Achievement Award for the Tanner Health System School of Nursing from the Alumni Association of the University of West Georgia in 2014 and Gordon Hospital’s Heart for Mission award in 2012. Amy is a member of the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE). She is a member of the state board of the Georgia Organization of Nurse Leaders (GONL) and is past president of the Northwest District.
She and her husband David are lifelong residents of Calhoun and have three adult children, Annsley, Ben, and Caleb. Amy enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and traveling.
Joe Joyave, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Joyave joined Gordon Hospital as co-chief medical officer of Gordon Hospital and chief medical officer of Gordon Hospital's clinics in early 2016. He has been an active pediatrician in Calhoun since 1997. A graduate of Auburn University and the University of South Alabama, Dr. Joyave completed his residency in pediatrics at the University of South Alabama, where he became chief of residents.
Residing in Calhoun, Dr. Joyave and his wife Sharon have four children: Joseph, Adam, Sara, and Anna. As a member of Trinity Baptist Church, Dr. Joyave is a Sunday school teacher and has served as deacon. Outside of his profession, he enjoys traveling, playing golf, and spending time with family.
Maxwell Parrott, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Parrott is a graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. He completed his internship and residency at the University of Alabama Hospital. Dr. Parrott is board-certified in internal medicine and practices at Gordon Hospital Internal and Family Medicine.
Dr. Parrott and his wife Elizabeth reside in Calhoun and have three children, Meredith, Macey, and Maddox.
Chief Financial Officer
Cory Reeves joined the Gordon Hospital family in 2008 as chief financial officer (CFO). A graduate of Southern Adventist University, Reeves holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting. He completed his Master of Business Administration with honors at Webster University in 2006. Prior to joining Gordon Hospital, Reeves was director of accounting at Florida Hospital System, where he has worked in several financial capacities. Reeves’ background also includes a year of missionary work in Micronesia where he worked as teacher and vice-principal at a Seventh-Day Adventist school.
In his spare time, Reeves enjoys bible study, biking, hiking, the outdoors, gardening, cooking, and spending time with friends and family. He and his wife Amanda have two sons, Noah and Jacob, and they reside in Calhoun.
Chief Operating Officer
Karen Steely was named chief operating officer (COO) of Gordon Hospital and Murray Medical Center in late 2018. Steely has worked at Gordon Hospital for 20 years, most recently serving as administrator of Murray Medical Center and vice president of Gordon Hospital. Among her other responsibilities, Steely manages the EMS teams at both locations as well as the $25 million capital expansion project that broke ground in October 2018 at Gordon Hospital. She has also served as director of inpatient services with oversight of intensive care unit (ICU), progressive care unit (PCU), medical-surgical, cardiopulmonary services, and wound care.
A Dove Leadership Award and Heart of Nursing Award recipient, Steely holds a Master of Science in Health Systems Leadership from the University of West Georgia.
Steely and her husband Lynn reside in Gordon County and have two children, Bree and Jake.