National Physiatry was originally formed in order to improve the rehab process for sub-acute post-op patients. We have since grown from physician providers with a single purpose into an organization with many services that improve patient care, doctor life/work balance and the overall improvement of SNF effectiveness, patient outcomes and referrals through marketing support.



Founder / Chairman / CEO

Glen Rundell is the CEO and Founder of National Physiatry. He has had many years of experience in the Healthcare world and is always looking to innovate and improve existing conditions and patient care. Additionally, Glen consistently works with sub-acute facilities to improve marketing efforts with the goal of capturing more market share by providing National Physiatry’s well-known PHYSICIAN-LED REHAB PROGRAM®. He has held top positions with several companies throughout his career and continues to stay involved with his community, family and several charities.


Co-Founder / Director

James “Chip” Black, one of National Physiatry’s founders, was born in Brunswick, Maine, attended public schools there and graduated from Williams College and the Harvard Business School. He came to Florida and became involved in many business and civic activities. 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 continues to serve on the board of the Thelma Gibson Health Initiative. The founding of National Physiatry fulfills one of Chip’s objectives and that is to help create a collaborative environment to improve medical outcomes while reducing medical costs.


Co-Founder / Administrative Manager

Roland St. Louis, Director of Corporate Affairs, was a National Merit Scholar, a 1978 graduate of Wesleyan University (B.A., College of Social Studies and Philosophy), and earned a Juris doctorate degree at the University of Chicago in 1984. He has been a principal of, advised and participated in numerous business enterprises, from high tech fertilizer research, to a human bioavailability clinic, to real estate developers and construction companies, and presently manages a real estate investment fund. Mr. St. Louis is also affiliated with BHHS, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway.



William Rundell serves as the comptroller for National Physiatry and has auditing, tax and management consulting experience with an international CPA firm in many industries including health care. He has served on the board of directors of numerous companies and as treasurer for a publicly held company. He specializes in: strategic planning, feasibility studies, accounting and management information controls and systems, and banking relationships. With these skills, he has previously assisted other companies to reach their financial goals, and we value his participation on our management team.