Cardiovascular Associates of America Confirms Executive Hire Tom Schwallie

ORLANDO, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, August 10, 2022 -- Cardiovascular Associates of America (CVAUSA) today announced the appointment of leading executive Tom Schwallie, Chief Development Officer. This key strategic hire further showcases the rapid growth CVAUSA is achieving under CVAUSA’s Chief Executive Officer, Tim Attebery.

Schwallie brings a deep bench with more than 20+ years of highly successful M&A leadership to CVAUSA and for the past 15 years, he has exclusively focused on the healthcare vertical. Prior to joining CVAUSA, Tom was the Chief Growth Officer at Duly Health and Care in Chicago, IL. There he developed corporate infrastructure and processes for inorganic growth initiatives and created a national pipeline of potential targets.

“I am excited to join the leading provider of cardiovascular services in the US," said Tom Schwallie, Chief Development Officer, CVAUSA. “By offering independent physicians an avenue to better treat their patients, our strong and dedicated leadership team will disrupt the status quo and deliver better outcomes for all.”

“I am very excited and honored to work with Tom. He is a highly accomplished and successful leader, bringing strong experience and expertise to CVAUSA. CVAUSA is growing quickly, primarily because our strategic vision, proprietary solutions, and unique resources are resonating with cardiovascular groups around the country,” said Tim Attebery, chief executive officer, CVAUSA. “The addition of Tom will enable us to accelerate our growth and increase the value we bring to our partners.”

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About Cardiovascular Associates of America
Headquartered in Orlando, Cardiovascular Associates of America backed by Webster Equity Partners aims to bring the best cardiovascular physicians in one network with the common mission of saving lives, reducing costs, and improving patient care through clinical innovation. Through CVAUSA’s physician-centered practice management model, physicians drive clinical care and their practice culture, while benefitting from the business expertise and shared resources available through CVAUSA. For additional information on Cardiovascular Associates of America please visit

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