Bloomington Regional Rehabilitation Hospital is led by a team of highly experienced healthcare professionals who are passionate about providing the highest level of care available to the hospital’s patients.
We invite you to learn more about us below:
Meet Our Leaders
Jeff Stultz, Chief Executive Officer
Jeff possesses more than 20 years of extensive experience in hospital and inpatient rehabilitation administration. He is passionate about sharing those skills in Bloomington and the surrounding communities. He has served in various operations leadership positions with hospitals in Indiana and throughout the Midwest.
Jeff is a native Hoosier. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Indiana State University, specializing in finance and economy. He has experience in various healthcare settings including acute care hospitals, medical rehabilitation hospitals, and skilled nursing facilities.
Jeff and his wife, Jackie, have resided in Bloomington for more than 18 years. Jeff is looking forward to once again being active in the Bloomington community after years of full-time travel in his previous role. Jeff and Jackie have three grown children and five grandchildren to keep them busy.
Sharon R. Griffith, RN, BSN, Director of Nursing Operations
Sharon is a nursing professional with experience in clinical and leadership roles. Sharon obtained her bachelor’s degree at Western Governors University and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in nursing leadership and management. Sharon’s past experiences include accounting, nursing, and leadership. She has nursing experience in LTACH and acute care facilities in ICU, MS, surgery, and leadership.
In her current role, Sharon focuses on the operations of the nursing department to provide high-quality, cost-effective nursing care for patients. Sharon supports the nursing staff and nursing manager and collaborates with the multi-disciplinary team to improve the quality of care and patient outcomes.
Sharon grew up in Indianapolis and currently lives in Martinsville with her husband, Brad, and dog, Rommel. She enjoys reading, cooking, and relaxing outside with the wildlife. Sharon comes from a large family and enjoys any opportunity to spend time with family and friends.
Gino Agnelly, Director of Pharmacy Services
A 1989 graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana, Gino brings 30 years of pharmacy experience encompassing acute care hospital, retail and home health services. A native of Ocean Springs, Mississippi, Gino most recently served as director of pharmacy services for North Alabama Medical Center in Florence, Alabama. Gino enjoys history, television, and the New Orleans Saints. He and his wife, Marlene, have relocated to Bloomington to be closer to their daughter, son-in-law and four grandsons in Clarksville, TN.
Alana Saxon, Director of Human Resources
Alena is an experienced HR professional with a 20-year, demonstrated history across a variety of industries, spending the past eight years in healthcare. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership & Supervision from Purdue University, sharing that legacy with her son who followed in her footsteps.
Alena’s areas of focus include FMLA, worker’s comp, benefits, and safety. Her professional interests include education and training, mentoring and coaching, as well as succession planning.
She recently relocated to Bloomington, IN from the Chicagoland area. She enjoys spending time with her two adult children outdoors: photography, hiking and flying drones.
Jennifer Freeman, Director of Patient Outcomes
Jennifer has over 25 years of clinical experience in speech and language pathology with a specialty focus in treating the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. She has earned a certificate of clinical competence from the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). Her commitment to lifelong learning is reflected with eight ACE Awards for Continuing Education from ASHA.
Jennifer is a proud Hoosier with a master’s degree from Indiana University Bloomington in speech and language pathology. Proudly, she is a lifelong resident of the rolling, green hills of south-central Indiana. She is fascinated by the many functions of the complex human brain, home to 100 billion neurons and composed of mostly fat and water, especially, the function of memory encoding and retrieval.
She and her husband reside on a corner of the family farm that has been in her family for five generations. She has two sons and three adorable grandchildren.
Judy Bryant, Director of Compliance
Born and raised in Berkley, California, Judy started her first family in 1984 with the birth of one daughter but raised many. While surviving single parenting, Judy first followed her passion for healthcare in 1989 as a vocational/practical nurse over 33 years ago. While waiting for entrance into an RN program, she was able to start and finish her university degree in health and safety studies at the California State University, Sacramento (Sac State). Judy decided to go another direction, which turned out to be her real passion, the management of healthcare and teaching. Or as she would say “sharing knowledge.”
Judy has been a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) and Certified Healthcare Risk Management Professional (CPHRM) for many years. She has also had the opportunity to become a system healthcare risk management director, director of quality management/performance improvement, and patient safety and risk management officer with various top-notch organizations, including BRRH. Judy is a teacher at heart and willing to take every opportunity to learn, guide, and teach. Her training in the master’s program in education leadership (Sac State), as well as her previous teaching credential is a great foundation as she continues her healthcare journey.
Kyle Netter, MBA, PT, Director of Marketing & Business Development
Kyle, a physical therapist with his master’s in business administration, possesses more than 22 years of clinical, operational, and leadership experience spanning the healthcare continuum. He has worked as a clinician, healthcare operator, and healthcare consultant designing, developing, and implementing post-acute value-based reimbursement. Kyle has spent most of his career in post-acute rehabilitation where he has led multidisciplinary teams to achieve leading practice outcomes. Kyle has a passion to serve and truly enjoys collaborating with other providers to deliver comprehensive, high quality, cost-effective patient care.
In his current role, Kyle uses his comprehensive post-acute experience to lead the marketing and business development team for Bloomington Regional Rehabilitation Hospital.
Kyle received his therapy degree from Indiana University and his master’s in business administration from Indiana Wesleyan. Kyle, and his wife, Renee, are both physical therapists and life-time Indiana Hoosiers. Kyle and Renee have three children, two boys and a girl, and a crazy black lab, Nitro. In their leisure time, the Netter family can be found on the ball field watching/playing their favorite sports (baseball, football & volleyball) or traveling to any beach.
Kyle Shaw, Food Service Manager
Kyle brings nearly 20 years of hospital and restaurant food service management experience to the table. He is dedicated to serving up safe, delicious, and nurturing food with his compassionate team.
He earned his bachelor’s degree in communication from the University of Illinois and is a certified ServSafe Food Protection Instructor.
Kyle has volunteered with the Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, and the SPCA. Originally from California, Texas, and Illinois, but now he happily calls Bloomington his home with his wife, Sandra, and their mammoth rescue dog, Caesar.
Larry Gee, Director of Facilities Management
Larry is passionate about the keeping the property in well maintained and safe.
Larry has been working in facilities management for 20+ years. He earned his bachelor’s degree in 1998 from Indiana State University. He considers the best part of the job is when people do not know where or when the work has been done.