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Roland St. Louis, one of National Physiatry’s founders, was a National Merit Scholar, a 1978 graduate of Wesleyan University (B.A., College of Social Studies and Philosophy), and earned a Juris Doctor degree at the University of Chicago in 1984. He has been a principal of, advised and participated in numerous business enterprises, ranging from high-tech fertilizer research and a human bioavailab

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

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. A consummate entrepreneur who also held top positions at several other companies, he has been providing physiatrists to skilled nursing centers and other post-acute rehab settings for more than a decade. Glen co-fo