Tom Smith is Alpine Home Care’s President and Chief Executive Officer with over 25 years of well-rounded strategic, operations and management experience at public and private healthcare companies in hospice and home health care, medical devices, medical equipment, infusion therapy and behavioral health. He has also held positions at major health systems and large acute-care Integrated Delivery Networks (IDNs).
Most recently, Tom served as President of MinSec Holdings, Inc., a community transition and behavioral health company that helps veterans and low-risk corrections clients transition back into their communities.
Prior to that, Tom was President and Co-Chairman of RecoverCare, where he grew the company from a small, local provider to the third-largest specialty bed company in the US. Before that he was President of Alpine Medical, a highly successful home-respiratory provider. Prior to this, Tom was Executive Director of the Home Care Services Organization (HCSO) of the University of Pennsylvania and Holy Redeemer Health Systems in Philadelphia. While at the HCSO, he reengineered the homecare operations (consisting of home health, hospice, home infusion and home medical equipment businesses) of both organizations into a leading regional homecare center.
Prior to this position, Tom was President and COO of New England Home Care (home healthcare division of National Home Health Care Corp). He began his career with Pratt and Whitney Aircraft, a division of United Technologies Corp, where he was a Project Manager. Tom received his BS from Bucknell University.
ROBIN SILBERT, R.N.
Robin Silbert, R.N. is the Chief Operating Officer of Alpine Home Care and a registered nurse with extensive senior management, advanced clinical and direct care-giving experience in the home healthcare field.
Before coming to Alpine, she served as Director at a large provider of home health and homecare services. Prior to that, she was Chief Clinical Officer at RecoverCare and oversaw all wound-care programs. Robin also served as Director of Home Health Care at The University of Pennsylvania Health System, and as Director of Clinical Program Development of the Home Care Services Organization (HCSO) for The University of Pennsylvania and Holy Redeemer Health Systems in Philadelphia. Additionally, Robin was a personal caregiver for ten years. Robin received her BSN from Gwynedd Mercy College.