ATI Physical Therapy taps Labeed Diab as chief executive officer for the organization. It has also promoted Joseph Jordan to chief financial officer.

Labeed Diab

Labeed Diab

Diab comes to ATI from Humana, where he served as president of Humana Pharmacy Solutions. He will take the reins from Al Hamood, acting CEO, who will now serve as president of the organization working in the Office of the CEO.

Jordan rises to his new role from his previous position as ATI’s senior vice president and controller. Jordan joined the organization in April 2018, coming to ATI from Sears Holdings where he was corporate controller, according to a news release from ATI.

“We are excited to welcome Labeed to ATI’s family. He brings a unique experience to our organization of successfully growing and marrying consumer retail and healthcare operations,” says David Swift, ATI chairman.

“In the dynamic world of physical therapy and consumer choice, Labeed has conceived and implemented visionary, customer-centric initiatives to penetrate and grow market share in highly competitive industries, like physical therapy. He will be a great addition to the organization and will help shepherd ATI into its next successful chapter.”

Joseph Jordan

Joseph Jordan

While president at Humana Pharmacy Solutions, Labeed was responsible for clinical, mail order, retail, specialty, and service operations as well as contracting, sales and pharmaceutical sourcing.

Prior to working at Humana, Labeed served as chief operating officer of Brookdale Senior Living, where he oversaw operations, sales, marketing, dining, home health, and hospice services offerings. Previously, he served within the Walmart organization, departing as president of health and wellness for Walmart US. He also served as regional vice president of Aramark’s Health Care Division.

“I am honored to be coming to an organization like ATI with such an excellent track record of growth and a strong patient-first philosophy,” Diab states, in the release. “This is a proud legacy and a testament to ATI’s leadership and employees as well as an example of how outstanding customer service can be a differentiator in retail healthcare. I look forward to carrying on and adding my voice to the ATI tradition.”

Diab has a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and a minor in Business Administration, and serves on the Board of Directors for Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago, the release continues.

[Source: ATI Physical Therapy]