PRESIDENT OF ALPHA OMEGA HEALTH SOLUTIONS
SENTENCED TO 18 MONTHS
Memphis, Tenn. - Edward L. Stanton III, United States Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee,
and Rick Harlow, Special Agent in Charge of the Memphis Field Office of the United States Secret
Service, announced today that Zoneke Thomas, 35, formerly of Bartlett, Tennessee, was sentenced by
United States District Judge S. Thomas Anderson to 18 months imprisonment. In May, Thomas entered
a guilty plea to forging the endorsement of Bianca Sweeten, M.D., on an insurance check payable to Dr.
Thomas, the president and owner of Alpha Omega Health Solutions, LLC, provided bookkeeping
services to Dr. Sweeten, Ethlyn Williams-Neal, M.D., and Gail Gossett, M.D., who practiced together
under the name “Comprehensive Medical Group” (CMG). Thomas admitted that she had embezzled
approximately $260,000 in funds from CMG between August 2007 and November 2010 by forging
endorsements on insurance checks made payable to the three physicians and depositing the forged checks
to accounts she maintained at First Tennessee Bank and Regions Bank. Thomas was also ordered to pay
restitution in the amount of $260,727.35.