Robert A. Kent, D.O., FACOI, President

Dr. Robert Kent leads Unity Health Network as President, and also maintains an active primary care practice. Additionally, he is President and CEO of Western Reserve Hospital, Northeast Ohio’s only private, for-profit full-service hospital, and serves as president of Western Reserve Hospital Partners (a physician investor group that founded Western Reserve Hospital), and president of Premiere Medical Resources (a physician management services organization) – all of which are Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio-based. During his tenure in leading these organizations, Dr. Kent has been selected as the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year recipient, noted multiple times as one of Becker’s Hospital Review’s Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know and awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Summit County Medical Society. Dr. Kent earned his undergraduate degree at Saint Ambrose University, his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree at Des Moines University, completed an Internal Medicine Faculty Development Fellowship at Michigan State University and is a Fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Internists. He serves as an officer and executive committee member on the Akron Regional Hospital Association Board of Directors and as a Board Director for the Akron-Canton Area Agency on Aging.

Kevin Mineo, M.D., Medical Director

Dr. Kevin Mineo serves as an Internist for Unity Health Network and maintains a full-time primary care practice with the group, serving in both outpatient and inpatient settings. In addition to his role with Unity Health Network, Dr. Mineo serves as Medical Director and Chairman of the Credentialing Committee for Western Reserve Hospital and is a member of the Board of the Ohio Independent Collaborative(OIC), a statewide collaboration of nearly 1000 physicians, a board member of Premiere Medical Resources, a healthcare management services organization serving more than 100 physicians in the Northeast Ohio region, on the board of a captive malpractice insurance company that provides coverage for participating members of the OIC, and a board member for University Hospitals Quality Care Network. Dr. Mineo earned his undergraduate degree at Youngstown State University (Youngstown, Ohio) in 1994, his Doctor of Medicine degree at Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) in 1998, and completed an Internal Medicine Residency at Summa Health System in Akron, Ohio, where he also served as House Staff President from 2000-2001.

Dr. Brennan David Kruszewski, Medical Director of Care Delivery Transformation

Dr. Brennan Kruszewski is a general internist and serves as Medical Director of Care Delivery Transformation for Unity Health Network. He provides clinical direction and oversight for a variety of innovative programs designed to keep patients healthy and out of the hospital, including Unity’s High Risk Care Management, home visit, risk adjustment, and remote patient monitoring initiatives. He earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Notre Dame and attended Emory University for medical school, where he participated in Emory’s Healthcare Quality Academy. Together with Emory’s former Chief Quality Officer, Nathan Spell, he co-authored one of the first consensus guidelines on core competencies for teaching Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at the medical school, residency, and continuing medical education levels. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at Case Western Reserve/University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center. He has published and lectured on a variety of topics related to improving quality of care, and maintains an active clinical practice within the group. 
Kevin Theiss, Vice President, Operations

During his 25-year career, Kevin Theiss has developed a comprehensive understanding of revenue cycle impact and its relationship to a company’s financials. His career began in the military, where he was first educated in IT&S applications. After his service, Theiss has progressed into many leadership roles with increasing responsibilities, including consulting engagements and oversight of 18 hospital Patient Financial Services operations and a 2-billion-dollar not-for-profit health system. He has a proven track record of results in every employment setting, bringing improved cash, reduction in accounts receivable days and improved cost-to-collect data.