Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare, ("CPMH"), North Carolina's leading outpatient behavioral health provider, has hired Rob Oliveri as its Chief Financial Officer.
Rob brings more than 15 years of finance and operations experience in multi-site healthcare services businesses to CPMH, overseeing substantial growth strategies throughout his healthcare tenure. As CFO for Arizona-based NextCare Urgent Care, Rob managed and supported the growth from 35 clinics in one state to over 70 clinics in several states. Subsequently, Rob joined Raleigh-based FastMed Urgent Care as CFO when the business operated nine clinics in one state and supported its growth to over 100 clinics across three states, managing revenue growth of more than 600% over his six-year tenure.
Rob joins Jeff Williams, who was appointed CEO in connection with the recapitalization of CPMH by River Cities Capital Funds ("RCCF") in September of this year, as the newest member of the senior management team. With a new financial partner and additions to the management team, CPMH intends to expand its footprint in North Carolina and beyond, establishing itself as a national leader in the behavioral healthcare industry.
"Rob brings a wealth of finance and operations experience in scaling multi-site healthcare services businesses to CPMH and we are thrilled to have him on board," said Jeff Williams, CEO of Carolina Partners. "We have ambitious growth plans and Rob's background will be instrumental in CPMH's next stage of development."
Williams further stated, "There is a large unmet need for our services in our target markets. Depression is the single biggest cause of production-loss in the American workplace and is expected to be one of the top three causes of death in America within the next twelve years. CPMH is committed to expanding access to care for patients and being the preferred employer for talented behavioral healthcare professionals who share our mission to provide high-quality care to patients, equipping them to live healthier and more productive lives, which in turn generates significant downstream cost savings to our nation's healthcare system. The addition of Rob to our senior leadership team further equips CPMH for our next stage of growth."