|Michael A. Pistillo, M.B.A.
Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder
Office: (216) 539-9571 option 1
|Jack T. Richards, M.B.A.|
Chief Operating Officer and Co-Founder
Office: (216) 539-9571 option 2
|Mr. Pistillo brings over 20 years of Information Technology
experience to AMA. He has worked at companies such as Cleveland
Clinic, Xerox and Deloitte. While working as a consultant, he developed the
skills to address business issues not only from the technology
side but also the business side. In order to advance his
business skills, he obtained a Master of Business
Administration - Entrepreneurship from Baldwin-Wallace College.
||Mr. Richards brings extensive business experience to AMA. He has worked for companies such as Roulston & Company, owned the most successful Baskin-Robbins in a 17 state area. In his endless quest for knowledge, Mr. Richards
recently obtained his Master of Business Administration -
Entrepreneurship from Baldwin-Wallace College.|
Jack spent six years
in the Army reserves as medic. He did his Advanced Individual
Training at Brooke Army Medical Center in Fort Sam Houston, TX.
He worked as an aid for community service at Marymount, Metro,
St. Alexis, St. Vincent Charity Hospitals and McCafferty HC.
Also attended leadership school for the military and was
assigned to the 256th Armory in Parma.
Patrick J. Ginley III, MPAS, PA-C, RN, Major
Chief Medical Officer
Office: (216) 539-9571 option 3
Pat brings over 39 years experience in the medical field to
AMA. Pat worked at the Cleveland Clinic as a Registered Nurse
and Physician Assistant since 1974. After retiring in 2011, Pat
has continued in the medical field by speaking to hospitals,
physicians, nurses and other groups about how to reduce
readmissions. He is also the Director of Clinical Intervention,
Ennis Court NH and ALF in Lakewood, OH . Pat and his wife
Jacqueline have 3 children and several grandchildren.
in the Navy (1968 –1972)
2nd Class Hospital Corpsman. Pat field trained with
Marines at Camp Lejeune (1969), served 1 yr at Naval Hospital
Guantanamo Bay (1970) and helped set up first toxicology unit
for military to drug screen all service members when stationed
in Norfolk, VA (1972). US Air Force 1990-2008. Retired Major.
Primary AFSC-42G3 Physician Asst. Secondary-Surgical Nurse.
Served at 332nd USAF Theater Hospital Emergency Room LSA
Anaconda in Balad, Iraq.