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Michael Spigel, PT, MHA

President and Chief Executive Officer


Michael Spigel leads Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network and serves as Chair, Board of Directors, for Good Shepherd Penn Partners, a joint venture between Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network and Penn Medicine. Michael, who assumed the President & CEO role in August 2020, is committed to furthering Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network’s mission as well as its world-renowned reputation for innovation and compassionate, quality post-acute care.

A physical therapist by trade, Michael has enjoyed a long and distinguished career in health-care administration, focused almost exclusively in rehabilitation. Prior to joining Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network, Michael served as President & Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Brooks Rehabilitation in Jacksonville, Florida. He joined Brooks Rehabilitation in 2004 as President of the Outpatient Division and earned roles of increasing responsibility, including Chief Operating Officer, Senior Vice President, Executive Vice President and President.

From 2000 to 2004, he worked for The RehabCare Group in St. Louis, Missouri, in roles of increasing responsibility, including Executive Director; Vice President, Outpatient Operations; and Senior Vice President, Group Operations. Prior to that, Michael worked for Sutter Health in Sacramento, California. He began his career as a practicing physical therapist at the University of Maryland Medical Center.

Michael earned his master’s degree in health administration from Chapman University in Orange County, California, and his bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Maryland. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and serves on the American Hospital Association (AHA) Post-Acute Care Advisory Committee.

A recognized expert in post-acute care, Michael often is asked to speak at national conferences regarding leadership and the future of the industry. He recently served as a board member for the Jacksonville Sports Medicine Program, University of North Florida Health Care Administration Advisory Committee, Leadership Jacksonville and 360 Physical Therapy in Phoenix, Arizona.