Christian C. Romandetti

Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer

A serial entrepreneur and senior executive with extensive experience in a broad range of industries, Mr. Romandetti has served as our Chairman, President and CEO since December 2010. In this role, he is responsible for articulating our vision and executing strategies that place clinically superior, patient-centric care and improved clinical outcomes at the core of our corporate mission.

Since 2003 through to the present, Mr. Romandetti has been the Managing Member of Marina Towers, LLC, which is our wholly owned subsidiary; and the Managing Member of C&K, LLC, a property holding company. Since 2007, he has also lent his business building expertise to medical practices and MRI centers as a professional business consultant to the healthcare industry. Previously, he was a founding director of Sunrise Bank, a community bank serving local businesses in Florida's Space Coast and served as an executive officer for numerous companies in the real estate, marine, automotive and construction products industries.

Donald A. Bittar

Director

Mr. Bittar brings to us more than 30 years of experience working with companies as an officer, board member and consultant. Mr. Bittar served as President and Chairman of Associated Mortgage of North America and President of DA Bittar and Associates, Inc., a management and technology consulting firm that he founded in 1980. From 1969 to 1980, he was Chairman, President and CEO of Marine Telephone, Inc. Since 1969, he has also taught finance, management and information technology at several leading undergraduate and graduate schools. Currently, Mr. Bittar is an Adjunct Professor at Florida Institute of Technology, College of Business, where he was honored as Online Teacher of the Year in 2013.

In addition to authoring Getting Under the Hood of an Annual Report and Knowing What is Inside and A Good Business Plan is a Beautiful Thing, Mr. Bittar invented and was granted a U.S. patent for an adjustable sling that can be used to hold a patient's arm, wrist and hand in multiple positions while eliminating stress to the neck and shoulder. He has been a frequent speaker at the National Association of Mortgage Bankers, National Council of Savings Institutions, Council of Presidents, New England Bankers Association and National Corporate Cash Managers Association. Mr. Bittar received a Master of Business Administration degree from Long Island University.

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