Co-Founder / Director
James “Chip” Black, one of National Physiatry’s founders, has been involved in many business and civic activities in Florida. In addition, his consulting business included assignments from a local pathology laboratory during which he became familiar with the revolution in the medical services business. Chip serves on the board of the Thelma Gibson Health Initiative.
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Roland St. Louis
Co-Founder / Administrative Manager
Roland St. Louis, one of National Physiatry’s founders, has been a principle of, advised and participated in numerous business enterprises, ranging from high-tech fertilizer research and a human bioavailability clinic to real estate developers and construction companies. Currently managing a real estate investment fund, he also is affiliated with BHHS, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway.
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Glen Rundell, one of National Physiatry’s founders, has many years of healthcare experience and has always been an innovator looking to improve existing conditions and patient care. He has been providing physiatry services for more than a decade and held top positions at several companies before co-founding National Physiatry to improve the post-acute rehab process for patients.
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Deborah Oranchak, D.O.
A board-certified specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dr. Oranchak has 19 years of clinical experience in the acute rehab setting, hospital and long-term acute-care hospitals and outpatient setting. As a physiatrist with National Physiatry working in subacuterehab (SAR) centers, she has an interest in post-COVID-19 rehab, multidisciplinary care, non-narcotic pain management and the use of modalities to relieve discomfort.
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