Mohamed Khalil is our CEO and had the idea to do a startup mobile primary care practice. He had been wanting to open a mobile practice to give back to the community. He attended the Judson school in Scottsdale and also graduated from ASU with a degree in Civil Engineering. He has worked for many years in Sales and Marketing as an Auto Executive and most recently has spent the last several years heading up a hugely successful Mortgage Branch as the branch manager. He has a benevolent heart and appreciates being able to contribute to and grow our company and help our many senior patients in keeping their chronic illnesses under control. He is passionate about all aspects of Healthcare and is very concerned with the well being of our employees as well as our providers. He comes to us with amazing and innovative ideas and is adept at utilizing other concepts from previous work in business, to help our company grow, prosper and change for the better year over year.
Prior to graduating from USC, she was a rock radio personality. After graduating from USC, she turned her interest toward business management – specializing in managing medical practices for many different medical specialties. Penny is a warm and friendly member of our Executive team and tries to forge long lasting relationships with our clients, our patients, and their families as well as our employees. Taking care of both internal and external employees and providing a safe, engaging environment for all employees, with emphasis on patient centricity and patient welfare is a top priority. Penny Rogers has been with MD HomeCare since day one, and is responsible for our culture and all policies within the company.
Garnering experience through over 20 years of experience in Finance and Marketing, Joey holds a degree from the University of Alaska, Anchorage. He is a Honorable Discharge from the United States Air Force, and is most proud of being a Husband and Father. His passion for the Medical field can be traced back to his pre-professional days as a patient at a local doctor’s office. The reason? He knows the patient experience can be enhanced, prioritizing the smile in the associates voice, making the patient feel valued.