Tracy Causey received his Masters of Science in Public Health (MSPH) from Meharry Medical College in 1997. After receiving a second Master’s, an MBA from Belmont University in 1999, he became Director of Community Health at Ascension Health in St. Louis, Missouri, the largest non-profit Catholic hospital management system in the country. After three years at Ascension Health, he moved to Richmond in 2003 and became the Executive Director of Vernon J. Harris Medical Center. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Capital Area Health Network (CAHN) where he oversees the Vernon J. Harris Medical Center, Main Street Medical Center, Northside Medical Center, Glenwood Medical Center, Southside Medical Center and Bermuda Medical Center. Under Mr. Causey’s leadership, all sites of the Capital Area Health Network are now Patient Centered Medical Home Level 3 as recognized by NCQA.
Mr. Causey volunteers on several boards for community organizations and is presently the President of the Board for the Community Care Network of Virginia. Mr. Causey is a member of the Medical Group Management Association and is a candidate for fellowship with the Academy of Certified Medical Professional Executives. Mr. Causey is a former active duty officer in the United States Air Force who currently serves his country in the Air Force Reserves. He is also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.