Keith W. Jones

Chief Executive Officer / Chairman of the Board of Directors

Prior to joining ABC Medical, Keith was the Executive in Residence and Harris Fellow of Franklin and Marshall College where Keith participated in guest lectures and mentored students, instructed a senior group study course and founded and coordinated the Franklin Innovation Challenge, an annual entrepreneurial challenge for F&M students that has included over 200 students developing and presenting innovative business plans, culminating in a final presentation in front of alumni and faculty each Spring. 

Prior to volunteering at F&M, Keith was President and Chief Operating Officer of Liberty Healthcare Group, and Chief Financial Officer of PolyMedica Corporation (NASD:PLMD), the parent company of Liberty Healthcare Group.  Liberty was the largest provider of diabetes testing supplies in the United States and a leading provider of insulin pumps and supplies, ostomy, urological and CPAP supplies to patients throughout the United States.  From 2005-2007, Liberty increased revenue from $400 million to $900 million annually, served approximately 1 million patients and employed over 2,500 team members.  PolyMedica/Liberty was sold to Medco Health Solutions in 2007 for $1.5 billion.

Prior to joining Liberty/PolyMedica, Keith was co-founder and Chief Financial Officer of Physicians Dialysis, Inc., a provider of dialysis and related services that grew to be the sixth largest in the United States prior to its sale to Davita (NYSE:DVA) in 2004.  Prior to Physicians Dialysis, Keith held various senior management positions with healthcare companies since 1993, including Chief Accounting Officer and Controller of Renal Treatment Centers, the fourth largest provider of dialysis service prior to its sale to Total Renal Care in 1998.  Keith was also a Certified Public Accountant at Coopers & Lybrand.  Keith graduated from Franklin and Marshall College and currently serves on the board of directors of Reliant Renal Care.

Michael J. Breslin

Chief Operating Officer

Michael has over ten years of senior management experience, leading teams dedicated to sales and customer service.  Prior to joining ABC Medical, Michael was Senior Director of Patient Sales, Home Care Services and Insulin Pump Center of Excellence for Liberty Medical, the largest provider of diabetes testing supplies in the United States and a leading provider of insulin pumps and supplies, ostomy, urological and CPAP supplies to patients throughout the United States.  Under Michael’s leadership, Liberty increased its Insulin Pump business by over 80% in one year, expanded the Company’s Home Care Services business and implemented various sales and operations strategies that achieved significant improvements in customer satisfaction, increased revenue and operational efficiencies.

Prior to joining Liberty, Michael was the Owner and President of Magnum Financial Group and Tri Star Abstracts, a national financial services company that provided mortgages and title insurance solutions to residential homeowners. Michael proudly served five years in the United States Marines and served in Operation Desert Storm.

Andrew J. Junikiewicz, CPA

Vice President of Finance and Administration

Andy  has over 18 years of experience in finance, tax and sales. Prior to joining ABC Medical, Andy managed an independent sales agency for AFLAC and was responsible for recruiting, hiring and training of independent sales agents in addition to managing and growing a large customer base.  In addition, Andy has been an Adjunct Professor in the Accounting Department of Temple University since 2009. 

Prior to joining AFLAC and instructing college-level courses, Andy spent six years in public accounting, most recently as a Tax Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers.  Andy serves as an Executive Board Member of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors and an Executive Leader of the Greater Philadelphia American Heart Association.  Andy is a Certified Public Accountant, graduate of Albright College and received his Masters of Science in Taxation from Villanova University.

Patricia DiMarcello

Vice President of Reimbursement

Patti has over 15 years of experience in healthcare reimbursement and operations.  Prior to joining ABC Medical, Patti was Director of Reimbursement Operations at Reliant Renal Care, a provider of dialysis services.  Prior to Reliant Renal Care, Patti was Vice President of Reimbursement Operations for Davita, Inc. (formerly Renal Treatment Centers/Total Renal Care) (NYSE:DVA), one of the largest dialysis providers in the United States operating over 2,000 dialysis facilities.  At DaVita, Patti directed all East Coast reimbursement operations, responsible for the management of over $900 million in annual revenue.  Patti’s team of over 250 employees managed 20,000 patients that generated over 3 million dialysis treatments per year. 

Prior to her role in Reimbursement, Patti held the position of Clinical Operations Coordinator and oversaw the daily operations of 70 dialysis centers and coordinated all operational due diligence related to the Company’s acquired businesses.

Patti graduated from St. Joseph’s University and earned her Master of Management – Health Care Administration from Pennsylvania State University. 

Martina D'Antonio

Director of National Sales

Martina has over ten years of sales experience in healthcare, with seven of those years in the durable medical equipment industry.   Martina specialized in Urological supplies for five of those years.  Prior to joining ABC Medical, Martina served as senior account executive and national field sales trainer for one of the largest national DME suppliers.  In this role, Martina won the President’s Club multiple times, an award given to the sales person that achieved the highest percent to goal for revenue in their region.  Martina also successfully grew a large region with minimal revenue into one of the highest revenue producing territories for the company. 

Martina has a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from West Chester University in West Chester, PA.   

Board of Directors

Keith W. Jones - Chairman

Keith is Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of ABC Medical Holdings, Inc. Prior to joining ABC Medical, Keith was the Executive in Residence and Harris Fellow of Franklin and Marshall College where Keith participated in guest lectures and mentored students, instructed a senior group study course and founded and coordinated the Franklin Innovation Challenge, an annual entrepreneurial challenge for F&M students that has included over 200 students developing and presenting innovative business plans, culminating in a final presentation in front of alumni and faculty each Spring. 

Prior to volunteering at F&M, Keith was President and Chief Operating Officer of Liberty Healthcare Group, and Chief Financial Officer of PolyMedica Corporation, the parent company of Liberty Healthcare Group.  Liberty was the largest provider of diabetes testing supplies in the United States and a leading provider of insulin pumps and supplies, ostomy, urological and CPAP supplies to patients throughout the United States.  Liberty generated revenue in excess of $900 million annually with over 2,500 team members, and was sold to Medco Health Solutions in 2007 for $1.5 billion.

Prior to joining Liberty/PolyMedica, Keith was co-founder and Chief Financial Officer of Physicians Dialysis, Inc., a provider of dialysis and related services that grew to be the sixth largest in the United States prior to its sale to Davita in 2004.  Prior to Physicians Dialysis, Keith held various senior management positions with healthcare companies since 1993 and worked as a Certified Public Accountant at Coopers & Lybrand.  Keith graduated from Franklin and Marshall College in 1989 and currently serves on the board of Reliant Renal Care.

Andrew Carragher

Andrew is a Founder and Managing Director of DW Healthcare Partners, a private equity fund that invests exclusively in healthcare companies. He has and currently sits on the Board of Directors of Genesis Technology Partners, Verathon, Tandem Labs, Reliant Renal Care, Pentec Health, Career Step and St. Andrews Management Services. Andrew's investment experience includes clinical research organizations, dialysis clinics, specialty infusion, clinical labs and medical devices. He has considerable experience in building and operating healthcare companies, overseeing mergers and acquisitions, and raising capital.

Prior to co-founding DWHP, Andrew was Vice President of Business Development at Ventro Corporation, a builder and aggregator of electronic marketplaces. Andrew joined Ventro prior to its IPO and was involved in the strategic planning and capital raising process, in which Ventro raised over $40 million in private capital and over $360 million in the public markets, both in the U.S. and Europe. He was also responsible for over $1.2 billion in mergers and acquisitions, including Ventro's purchase of Promedix Corporation and SpecialtyMD. During his tenure at Ventro, Andrew helped create and raise capital for Broadlane, a joint venture between Tenet Healthcare and Ventro.

Prior to Ventro, Andrew was Director of Corporate Development/Mergers and Acquisitions at Total Renal Care (now Davita), an operator of 500 dialysis clinics. Andrew completed over 25 transactions with an aggregate value of $2.3 billion. The company raised over $200 million in public equity, $250 million in public convertible debt, and over $1 billion in syndicated debt.

Before Total Renal Care, Andrew was a Divisional Manager at Weston Foods in New York City, a 200-employee manufacturing and distribution business in the bakery and confectionary business.

Andrew also worked for Bain & Company, a leading international strategy and consulting firm. While there, he advised clients in a number of industries, including telecommunications, airlines and real estate.

Andrew was raised in Toronto, Canada. He received his Bachelors degree in Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario and his MBA from Harvard Business School.

Andrew was recognized in 2006 as one of Utah's Top 40 Under 40 and was a previous member of Utah's YPO chapter.

Rod Boone

Rod has over 20 years of experience growing, building and operating healthcare companies.

Prior to joining DWHP, Rod was President and CEO of Royce Medical Holdings, a private equity owned orthopedics manufacturer with multiple manufacturing sites in New Jersey, Taiwan, China and California. In August of 2005, Royce Medical was sold to Ossur, a european orthopedics company for $216 million in a cash transaction.

Before Royce Medical, Rod was President and CEO of Syncor Pharmaceutical Services, a $700 million division of Syncor International (NYSE: SCOR) with over 2200 employees. While CEO of Syncor Pharmaceutical Services, he launched five new businesses and developed a growth strategy that grew the division from $489 million to $700 million in two years. In January 2003, Syncor was acquired by Cardinal Health (NYSE: CAH) for $1 billion.

Prior to Syncor, Rod was President of the West Region and Corporate Officer at Allegiance Healthcare, where he managed a $1 billion division of Allegiance with over 1200 employees. Before this assignment, he also held a number of senior positions at Allegiance and Baxter Healthcare.

Prior to Baxter and Allegiance, he was Divisional Vice President and General Manager of the Pacific Northwest operating region for Owens and Minor.

Rod holds a Bachelors Degree in Science from Oregon State University and an MBA degree from the Graziadio School of Business at Pepperdine University.