Founded in 2003, Psychiatric Medical Care (PMC) operates inpatient and outpatient programs located in rural communities across the country. Founder and Chief Medical Officer, James A. Greene, M.D., a geriatric psychiatrist, was born and raised in a rural community, which today hosts a rural hospital. He developed PMC with the sole mission to improve the quality of life of older adults living in rural communities. PMC, which operates the Senior Life Solutions outpatient program and Green Oak Behavioral Health inpatient facilities, is one of the largest geriatric mental health management companies within rural hospitals across the United States.

Senior Life Solutions was created by Psychiatric Medical Care and focuses on the 3 C’s™ to provide the best possible psychiatric programs:

Leadership Team

Since 1992, our leadership team has been focused on improving the lives of our senior population and partnering with hospital systems across the country to provide the best possible behavioral health services. To learn more about our leadership team please click here.

Academic Partnerships

In addition to our our own twenty-plus years of experience in behavioral healthcare, we have partnered with several of the nation’s leading academic centers. These partnerships ensure that both our current and future behavioral healthcare leaders have the highest level of training. To learn more about our academic partnerships, please click here.



PMC’s Annual Training Conference April 12–14 in Memphis, TN was held in conjunction with the University of Tennessee’s Annual Family Medicine and Psychiatry CME Conference. Program representatives from 8 States attended.


Dr. Louis Cancellaro, MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Psychiatry, ETSU, speaking during the Annual Conference on April 14, 2013.