Dr. Jack Shevel
Jack Shevel has more than 20 years of strategic operations and investment experience in Southern Africa and Europe. Prior to founding Netcare (one of the largest healthcare enterprises outside of the United States), Dr. Shevel practiced as a medical practitioner for nine years before becoming involved in hospital management in 1989. He has since restored several hospitals in distress back to profitability and is internationally recognized for leadership and innovative entrepreneurial expertise. Through Netcare, Dr. Shevel led the South African hospital Industry shift of consolidation and rationalization prompting competitors to follow with a resurgence of the healthcare industry.
David Cutler joined Centric Health in September, 2012 as President and CEO. Prior to joining Centric Health, Mr. Cutler was the President and CEO of Leisureworld Senior Care Corporation, a well established accredited provider of long-term care, retirement living and community based home care services in Ontario. Leisureworld is a publicly traded company on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Mr. Cutler has been involved in the Long Term Care sector since 1990 and oversaw Leisureworld’s rapid growth, which has quadrupled in size over the past 13 years. Mr. Cutler is a Director on Leisureworld Senior Care Corporation’s Board.
Mrs. Davis is Chief Operating Officer of Global Healthcare Investments & Solutions (GHIS), with more than 20 years of executive leadership experience and expertise in global procurement and purchasing, physician partnerships, medical facilities and commercialization of revenue streams to health care services at Netcare. Mrs. Davis is a Qualified Pharmacist and was a key board member, committee representative and executive of the Netcare Group in South Africa and the United Kingdom. She has received numerous acknowledgements and nominations as one of South Africa's Most Influential Women, Business Woman of the year and is respected for her innovation, operational capability and for being an effective strategist.
Dr. Paul Gamble
Dr. Gamble is an independent consultant on health policy and allied health education and was previously President and CEO of the Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences. Prior to his appointment at the Michener Institute, Dr. Gamble was Associate Professor and Director of the School of Health Management at Ryerson University, Toronto, and before this he was the President of the Hospital Council of Metropolitan Toronto. Dr. Gamble earned a Doctor of Public Health in health policy from the University of Michigan and holds a Master of Health Science degree from the University of Toronto, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from McMaster University. He is also a member of the Canadian College of Health Service Executives and a fellow of the Accrediting Commission on Education for Health Services Administration.
Mr. Gattinger has been building, acquiring, and growing the rehabilitation business with business partner Ron Lowe for almost 30 years. Mr. Gattinger was actively involved as a physiotherapist with the Canadian National and Olympic Men's Hockey team from 1980-1985, and was the physiotherapist for the Calgary Flames when the team won the Stanley Cup in 1989. Mr. Gattinger and Mr. Lowe purchased LifeMark Health in 2004, and grew the business from 43 clinics to over 120 clinics prior to the acquisition of LifeMark by Centric Health in 2011. Mr. Gattinger holds Bachelor of Science degrees in both Kinesiology and Physical Therapy from the University of Saskatchewan.
Mr. Magyarody is currently an executive director and CEO for the Ontario Dental Association. He has been a board member of profit and not-for-profit boards over the last 11 years, including Accertaclaim ServiCorp Inc., University of Toronto Schools, Health Link Clinical Data Network, and Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences. He has also had experience in the financial services and aerospace industry.
Mr. Youngleson is Chief Financial Officer of Global Healthcare Investments & Solutions (GHIS), with more than 15 years of healthcare strategy, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, corporate development and investor relations experience. Prior to joining GHIS in 2006, Mr. Youngleson was part of the management team building and growing Netcare, today one of the largest healthcare enterprises in the world. Prior to Netcare Mr. Youngleson was a senior manager at the auditing and accounting firm of PKF Worldwide.