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Neil Schamban, MD // President, Wellpath Community Care Division

Dr. Neil Schamban is Wellpath’s President of the Community Care Division. He is an Emergency Medicine Physician and started his career in academics as the Division Chairman of Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, overseeing both the adult emergency department and Children’s Hospital. In 2008, Dr. Schamban moved to Alabama and founded Pegasus Emergency Group which provided care to several hundred thousand patients in the Southeastern United States by 2013. In 2014, Dr. Schamban continued his career as medical leader at Island Medical which experienced significant growth as a national platform for emergency medicine during his tenure. Dr. Schamban is dedicated to providing compassionate, quality care to all patients and wellness to providers in a positive work environment. He is passionate about providing access and solutions to the myriad of patients who suffer from opiate addiction and achieve better outcomes allowing them to live purposeful and quality lives.

Melissa Bishop, MBA // Vice President of Operations

Melissa Bishop brings nearly 20 years of experience and expertise to Wellpath Community Care Division. She completed her Master of Business Administration at Wilmington University and went on to participate in many committee memberships, such as Health & Safety, Policy Management & Forms Development, Clinical Care/Regulatory Compliance, Risk Management, Patient Retention, Emergency Preparedness, and more. Melissa has been a part of many different facets while in the treatment industry, including business development and expansion as well as program implementation. While overseeing all aspects of all MAT facilities, her key operational and general management qualifications include marketing planning and development, site selection, design construction, and renovations, quality assurance and customer service/retention, crisis management and organizational restructuring, budgeting, cost control and profit optimization, and strategic, operational, and financial business planning.