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Michael A. Anaya, Sr., FACHE

As Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Curatio Solutions, reporting to the CEO, Michael oversees project management and daily operations, helping to direct and implement innovative strategies designed to enhance health outcomes for the company’s multi-disciplinary services of wound care, hyperbaric and vascular medicine; fostering continued company growth. He also represents the company locally, statewide and nationally with regulatory and government agencies.

Michael has been a key participant in developing the strategic plan for the future and continued growth of Curatio Solutions as the company continues to implement its model of care. He is helping the company establish its overall model for physicians, hospitals and health systems it offers and endeavoring to improve health outcomes for all our patients served.

Michael brings more than 36 years of healthcare practice and leadership to this role, 14 of which have been in successfully leading private/for-profit and federal hospitals and health systems, as Chief Executive Officer. Michael’s extensive experience and expertise in successfully managing hospitals and health systems via strategic development, organizational alignment, physician relations, business development, driving ownership in quality care and service delivery, while enhancing the financial profitability; provide a unique perspective in the vision and strategic direction of Curatio Solutions. Placing our patients at the center of all we do…”Saving Limbs and Saving Lives”.

Michael earned a bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration from Wayland Baptist University and a Master’s in Public Administration from Midwestern State University while on active duty. Michael is board certified in healthcare, and is a Veteran of 22 years, proudly serving an enlistment with the United States Air Force for eight years prior to a commission in the United States Navy, medical service corps, retiring from active service in 2001.