Kevin DeRosa, President/ Founder
Over 20 years of experience in the Medical industry. He has an impressive background with many awards in sales and management for established companies including Data Scope, Olympus America and Intuitive Surgical. He has a finance degree from Mount Saint Mary’s College in Maryland and has extensive knowledge in the utilization/revenue sales model for Capital equipment. His career effort has resulted in over 50 Million dollars of medical equipment sold into the market place. Prior to starting KLD Medical he worked for a medical start up, EndoGastric Solutions.
Al Nunez (D.V.M., C.V.A.), Chief Veterinarian Officer
A graduate of Ross University with honors in 1991, he began the practice of veterinary medicine in Ohio where he was employed at a mixed animal clinic. Here he became skilled at healing large, farm animals, herd health maintenance, as well as caring for companion animals. Dr. Nunez relocated to South Florida in 1994 and continued to practice veterinary medicine until the opening of Herndon Veterinary Center in Orlando, Florida. Dr. Nunez created a state-of-the-art veterinary facility and developed a team-oriented approach for the caring of pets. Dr. Nunez treats avian, exotics, reptiles, as well as canines and felines. He is certified in veterinary acupuncture and holds a degree from The Chi Institute of Chinese Medicine in Gainesville, Florida. He incorporates traditional and Western medicine along with Eastern medicine, homeopathy, Herbal medicine, Energy medicine and Acupuncture. Dr Nunez has been working with the I-Therm technology for 4 years and is the world’s expert on the science, applications and protocols.
Ron Riewold, Director
His background includes the operating and development of both public and private companies. He has been a top executive of six companies since 1978, three in the finance and real estate sector and three in the healthcare technologies arena. While at Cyber Care, he headed up mergers and acquisitions and the company grew from $1 million dollars in revenue and 15 cents per share as a pink sheet stock to $120 million is revenue and a high of $40 per share. He also helped Pain Care Holdings rise from a start-up to $80 million in revenue.