As Physical Rehabilitation Network (PRN), a leading physical therapy partner, continues furthering its service support growth, the California-based organization is pleased to announce several changes to its leadership team. In addition to transitioning two of its current leaders from Operations and Finance into newly-appointed roles, PRN has also added three new executive members to its Finance and Business Development functions as it looks to accelerate the organization’s progress towards achieving its market-leading growth strategies.
“We are extremely proud of our growth and what this executive team collectively brings to the table to further enable our growth trajectory and support our clinic partners,” said Ajay Gupta, Chief Executive Officer. “Given this team’s experience operating in large and complex healthcare environments, their contributions will undoubtedly drive meaningful operating efficiencies and transform our success as we look to grow and diversify the organization’s footprint across the country.”
Nick Poan has joined PRN as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Poan brings nearly 20 years’ experience serving as a catalyst for driving operational and transformation proficiencies for publicly- and privately-held companies, most notably in the healthcare services industry. As CFO, Poan will play a leading role in driving PRN’s expansion efforts, along with strategically assessing and mitigating financial risks as well as providing dependable outcome-oriented controls and reporting processes that establish sustainable and profitable efficiencies for the organization. Poan has a strong background in partnering with hospitals and other joint ventures, a derivative from his early financial skills, experience and success, specifically in the multi-site healthcare sector, working for organizations such as: Alliance HealthCare Services, Envision Healthcare, Elements Behavioral Health and NVINSION Eye Centers. Poan holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Chapman University.
Mark Fuller, formerly Chief Financial Officer, has been appointed Chief Accounting Officer (CAO). Fuller joined PRN in 2017 with a broad financial leadership background spanning multiple business environments and industries. In his new role, Fuller will focus on PRN’s internal and external financial reporting alongside treasury functions in support of the company’s growing operations.
Kevin Windle, formerly Vice President of Operations, has been appointed the role of Executive Vice President. In this newly-appointed role, Windle will be a vital component in leading PRN’s real-estate, supply chain and information technology solutions. Additionally, Windle will be at the forefront of shaping the strategies and operational direction for PRN. His extensive experience in both management and operations, will promote a culture of efficiency and workplace excellence to facilitate PRN’s strategic vision. Windle has spent nearly 15 years working in the healthcare industry and has a strong background in data analysis and finance. Windle has been involved in many facets of PRNs accounting, finance and operations to help provide oversight and education in a mentorship fashion to clinic personnel.
Adam Richards joins PRN as Vice President of Accounting. Richards holds a CPA and offers over 20 years’ experience directing corporate accounting and finance departments for both publicly-held and private companies spanning from healthcare services to consumer products. Richards is fundamentally skilled in accounting and finance, with a Big 4 audit background. In his new role, Richards will look to provide advisory support to key members of senior management on financial planning budgeting, cash flow, investment priorities and policy matters. Richards will also oversee, direct, and organize the work of the finance and operations teams.
Greg McNeal joins PRN as Director of Development. McNeal has spent more than 10 years driving strategic healthcare development and sales-driven strategies. Most notably, he was responsible for the successful de novo expansion of a vertically integrated healthcare system in Dallas, which produced a regional footprint of 15 urgent care and freestanding ER locations within a year and a half. In his new role, McNeal will support the accelerating growth in PRN’s outpatient physical therapy model, as well as developing and diversifying business for the organization. McNeal’s expansive and diverse background in healthcare offers a multitude of skillsets in the project development process, crucial to PRN’s growth strategy goals.