Chief Executive Officer
Lee Bienstock is CEO of DocGo. Previously, Mr. Bienstock served as the company's Chief Operating Officer responsible for driving strategic expansion and growth across DocGo’s sales, operations, product and technology initiatives. He joined DocGo in 2022 after ten years at Google, where he most recently served as Global Head of Enterprise Partnerships for Devices and Services, following roles across Google Search, YouTube, and Fiber. Mr. Bienstock received his MBA from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and his BS in Policy Analysis & Management with distinction from Cornell University.
Executive Vice President of Strategy
Mr. Oberholzer serves as DocGo’s Executive Vice President of Strategy. Prior to this, Mr. Oberholzer held the position of Treasurer and Executive Vice President of Capital Markets and Strategy and served as DocGo’s CFO from 2015 until January 2023. He brings more than 30 years of senior financial and operational experience to the company. Prior to DocGo, he held CFO roles for several companies in various stages of development ranging from start-ups to large global enterprises. From 2006 to 2012, he was CFO at a division of Altegrity where he was responsible for restructuring and strategic projects. From 2005 to 2006, he was the CFO at WageWorks, with responsibilities that included M&A integration and SOX readiness. From 2001 to 2005, he was CFO at Philips Electronics (EES) and Philips Healthcare (Customer Service), where his responsibilities included new business modeling, restructuring, M&A integration, and maximization of earnings.
Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Rosenberg joined the company as CFO of Ambulnz Holdings, LLC in January 2020 and became CFO of DocGo Inc. in January 2023. He was named Treasurer in September 2023. Prior to Ambulnz, he spent five years at AmTrust Financial, Inc. in a variety of roles including as the president of their direct-to-consumer division and CFO of fee companies. In his role of CFO, he was responsible for the divestitures of several non-core units, resulting in proceeds of more than $1 billion. Mr. Rosenberg has served as CFO for companies like KDDI Global, Marsh, Inc., and IDT Telecom. His first two years at IDT were spent as vice president of capital markets, heading up the investor relations and corporate finance functions. Prior to that, Mr. Rosenberg worked as an equity analyst for Standard & Poor’s Corporation. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and holds an MS from Johns Hopkins University.
Chief Compliance Officer
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Stephen Sugrue serves as the Chief Compliance Officer for DocGo. He is responsible for oversight of the Compliance and Ethics functions throughout the company. Before joining DocGo, he served for 15 years as Compliance Officer and Compliance Counsel for large health systems. He spent time at healthcare litigation firms and in the Office of the NYS Attorney General. He also has a clinical background. He has worked as an EMT, Paramedic, and Director of Operations for a large ambulance company and worked as a critical care RN in the hospital setting.
Dr. James Powell
CEO, Clinical Practice Group
Dr. James Powell is CEO of DocGo’s Clinical Practice Group. He is a board-certified Internist whose commitment to health care is rooted in purpose. He has spent the last 20 years as a physician executive working for non-profit organizations that specialize in underserved populations. He has lectured across the country regarding the unique needs of patients and how to best serve them. He has created successful deployable models that bring acute, episodic, chronic, and preventative care to patients for the last 10 years. As a former CEO and CMO of a Federally Qualified Health Center, he successfully implemented integrative programs to address the needs of the community he served through value-based propositions. His expertise has contributed to startup Health care IT companies as a Medical Advisor. A strong believer that the success of equitable health care is the appropriate blend of virtual, deployable and brick and mortar structures, he looks forward to expanding the offerings of DocGo’s initiatives.