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Clay R. Good

Tennessee Public Utility Commission

Commissioner Good was appointed to TPUC in 2021 by the Honorable Randy McNally, the Lt. Governor and Speaker of the Senate.

Commissioner Good graduated with honors from Clinton High School in 1978. In his senior year he was inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame for his leadership on the field and in the classroom.

He completed undergraduate studies at Middle Tennessee State University and was accepted into the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy at the University of Tennessee Center for Health Sciences in Memphis.

Upon graduating from Pharmacy School, Dr. Good returned to the Clinton community where he began his pharmacy practice at the Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Early in his career at Methodist Dr. Good was the Supervisor of Sterile Compounding.  He served as Co-Chairman of the Methodist Medical Center’s Institutional Review Board as well as serving on Methodist’s Ethics Committee, Executive Cancer Committee, and the Methodist Medical Center Palliative Care Team. He also served as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Methodist Medical Center Foundation.  Dr. Good also practiced pharmacy in long term care as the Director of Pharmaceutical Services at NHC Healthcare of Oak Ridge.

For more than a decade Commissioner Good was the Service Chairman for the American Cancer Society in Anderson County where he helped cancer patients and their families. Clay was the recipient of The State of Tennessee’s Outstanding Achievement Award for his work with Methodist’s Oncology Department and the American Cancer Society.

Dr Good retired from NHC Oak Ridge in 2018 after 32 years and retired from full time practice at Methodist Medical Center in 2021 but remains on the hospital’s clinical staff.

Commissioner Good also served on the State of Tennessee‘s Commission for the Future of TennCare from 2000 to 2003.

Dr. Good has also been involved with the City of Clinton serving as a Commissioner on the Mayor’s 21st Century Commission and was subcommittee Chair for the revitalization of Clinton’s Historic Downtown and also served on the City of Clinton’s Retail Task Force. Commissioner Good also served on the Board of Directors for the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce. 

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