Development Associates, Inc. ("PDA"), a company specializing in developing
practice-based surgery centers, from March 1987 until it was acquired by AmSurg
DAVID L. MANNING has served as Senior Vice President of Development and
Assistant Secretary of AmSurg since April 1992. Mr. Manning is a founding
stockholder of AmSurg and co-founded and was a principal of PDA from March 1987
until its acquisition by AmSurg in 1992.
THOMAS G. CIGARRAN has served as Chairman of the Board of AmSurg since
1992. Mr. Cigarran served as Chief Executive Officer of AmSurg from January 1993
until the Distribution, and President from January 1993 to July 1996. Following
the Distribution, Mr. Cigarran will serve as an advisor to AmSurg. Mr. Cigarran
is a co-founder of AHC and has served as Chairman of the Board, President and
Chief Executive Officer thereof since 1988. Mr. Cigarran serves as a member of
the Board of Directors of ClinTrials Research, Inc.
JAMES A. DEAL, a director of AmSurg since 1992, has served as Executive
Vice President of AHC since May 1991 and as President of DTCA since 1985.
STEVEN I. GERINGER, a director of AmSurg since March 1997, was President
and Chief Executive Officer of PCS Health Systems, Inc., a unit of Eli Lilly &
Company ("PCS"), and one of the nation's largest providers of managed
pharmaceutical services to managed care organizations and health insurers, from
June 1995 until June 1996, and President and Chief Operating Officer of PCS from
May 1993 through May 1995. Prior to joining PCS, Mr. Geringer was a founder,
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Clinical Pharmaceuticals, Inc. of
Nashville, Tennessee which was acquired by PCS.
DEBORA A. GUTHRIE, a director of AmSurg since November 1996, has been
President and Chief Executive Officer of the general partner of Capitol Health
Partners, L.P., a Washington, D.C.-based venture fund specializing in healthcare
industries since October 1995. Prior to forming Capitol Health Partners in 1995,
Ms. Guthrie was President and Chief Executive Officer of Guthrie Capital
Corporation, a venture management company providing financial advisory and
investment banking services to healthcare companies in the Mid-Atlantic and
Southeastern United States.
HENRY D. HERR, a director of AmSurg since 1992, has served as Executive
Vice President of Finance and Administration and Chief Financial Officer of AHC
since 1986 and a director of AHC since 1988. Following the Distribution, Mr.
Herr will serve as an advisor to AmSurg. Mr. Herr served as Chief Financial
Officer of AmSurg from April 1992 until September 1994, and as Secretary from
April 1992 until the effective date of the Distribution.
BERGEIN F. OVERHOLT, M.D., a director of AmSurg since November 1992, is
President of Gastrointestinal Associates, P.C. a gastrointestinal specialty
group, and a partner in The Endoscopy Center, Knoxville, Tennessee, which owns a
limited partnership interest in an ambulatory surgery center that is
majority-owned and managed by AmSurg. Dr. Overholt also serves as Chairman,
Laser/Hyperthermia Department, Thompson Cancer Survival Center in Knoxville,
Tennessee and is an Associate Professor of Clinic Medicine, University of
Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee.
There are no family relationships, by blood, marriage or adoption, between
or among any of the individuals listed above as directors or executive officers.
Ms. Guthrie, an affiliate of Capitol Health Partners, L.P., was appointed to the
AmSurg Board of Directors in connection with the preferred stock equity
financing in November 1996, in which Capitol Health Partners, L.P. purchased
18.2% of the Series A Preferred Stock and Series B Preferred Stock. See
"DESCRIPTION OF CAPITAL STOCK." Pursuant to the Distribution Agreement, AHC
agreed to the nomination of each of the persons who will be members of the Board
of Directors and agreed to vote for such persons at the next meeting of AmSurg
stockholders occurring prior to the Distribution.
COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
In order to facilitate the various functions of the AmSurg Board of
Directors following the Distribution, the Board intends to create several
standing committees, including a Nominating Committee, a Compensation Committee,
and an Audit Committee.