Delivering the kind of care that we’d want our own family members to receive.
Who we are
We are doctors, we are nurses, we are family members
At Octiva our team has built a system to deliver the care that we would want for ourselves and our own families: patients receive quick responses and the highest quality care. Whether the patient is speaking to one of our psychiatrists in the emergency department or transitioning home from a facility we support, we are there for the patient around the clock.
Ron Galonsky, MHA, FACHE
He has a record of success driving growth, profitability and overall excellence in healthcare operations—while maintaining focus on delivering optimal patient care and service excellence. His healthcare leadership credo is “Always do what’s best for the patient.”
Ron is a graduate of Duke University and the Medical College of Virginia. He is board certified in healthcare management and a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Kelly Phillips, DNP
As a Doctor of Nursing Practice in Healthcare Systems Leadership, Kelly brings over 15 years experience plus medical expertise as a Registered Nurse and Nurse Practitioner in various positions from bedside to administration in the healthcare industry. Her experience spans inpatient, emergency department, primary care and skilled nursing facility care. Starting two companies of her own, she is an exceptional leader who leverages data to make fact-based decisions. She builds and maintains strong clinical operations teams that execute business strategies while improving operating performance and demonstrating fiscal accountability. Kelly guides nurse leaders in triage and case management ensuring high quality care and consistency.
Barbie Manbodh, RN
Director Virtual Bridge Program
Barbara Manbodh is an experienced Nursing Supervisor with a demonstrated 11-year history of working in the hospital and healthcare industry. Skilled in Post-Anesthesia Nursing Care, Day Surgery, Telephonic Triage and Case Management her leadership experience also extends to Travel Nursing where she worked at several Level 1 trauma hospitals. As a resourceful and motivated healthcare leader, Barbara was a catalyst in helping start the first pediatric outpatient surgery center in Miami-Dade, Florida. Today, Barbara leads the Case Management and Transitional Care teams at Octiva Healthcare, where her passion is to inspire and lead high-performing teams to deliver superior transitional care and outstanding post-patient experiences—while bridging the gaps in healthcare.
Raquel Gonzales, RN
Manager of Triage and
After hours support
With a fresh perspective and a passion to serve her community, Raquel brings over 10 years of experience in the healthcare field. Having worked as a Registered Nurse in fast paced environments, including an emergency department, post-surgical orthopedic rehabilitation, and a high-volume triage site, has prepared her for her role as Manager of Triage and Whole Clinic Care. Raquel aims to continue impacting and improving business development to build and maintain healthy relationships with all clients and offices. She strives to lead her team to influence patients’ lives and go beyond covering basic needs, furthering Octiva’s mission to transcend the medical, behavioral and social barriers that prevent patients from achieving success by leveraging telehealth technology and care.
Manager of Care Coordination
Karla Rodriguez is our Manager of Care Coordination and has been a part of the healthcare field for over 15 years. Karla aids patients and their families in planning after hospital discharge and patient after care. She also as assesses needs and identifies resources to support discharge requirements. She loves sharing and educating patients on their health and resources available to them. While building personal relationships with her patients, she offers exceptional patient care and education. She loves serving on the Octiva Healthcare Team, whose goals are to offer an encouraging, positive overall healthcare experience.