Anthony began his healthcare career in the acute care hospital industry, holding many senior executive level positions. In fact, at the age of 29, he was named CEO of his own hospital. With more than 35 years of executive healthcare experience, he has successfully developed a variety of growth initiatives and strategic operating projects for both long-term acute care and rehabilitation hospitals across the country. Anthony founded and served as Chairman, President, and CEO of Trans Healthcare, Inc., a $1.1 billion operator of 200 specialty facilities and President and CEO of Continental Medical Systems, Inc., previously a NYSE company. Currently, Anthony is the founder, President, and CEO of Post Acute medical, LLC., where he has just celebrated ten years of successful leadership.
Community service and volunteer work are important to Anthony. Most recently, he has been named the JDRF’s Gala Honoree, supporting an effort to end type 1 diabetes. Last year, the Special Olympics of Central Pennsylvania recognized Anthony with its fourth annual Community Hero Award, which honors a person who has done a wide array of good for the Special Olympics and their athletes. Anthony is co-owner of the Pittsburgh Passion Women’s Football, the most recognized women’s full-contact football franchise in the world. He also donates his time as a Certified Instructor of Bojuka Self Defense.
Anthony serves on the Board of Central Penn Elite Basketball, the Board of Bishop Guilfoyle High School (Altoona, PA), and the Board of Surgical Management Professionals. Additionally, he has previously served on the Board of Directors for Good Shepherd School, the Development Board at Trinity High School, and the Penn State Advisory Committee to the Board of Trustees. Anthony remains an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the American Hospital Association, and the American Rehab Association.