Chief Executive Officer
Stan Vashovsky is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of DocGo’s board of directors, a position which he has held since DocGo’s inception. Mr. Vashovsky co-founded Ambulnz in 2015 with the vision to revolutionize medical transportation and mobile healthcare delivery. During his undergraduate studies, Mr. Vashovsky founded Medcare, a medical technology company that was acquired by Philips Healthcare in 2005. He then continued to serve as vice president of software innovation at Philips for over 6 years, from 2001 to 2007. Mr. Vashovsky also conducted a turnaround of Health Systems Solutions, a public company, serving as its Chairman and CEO, which ultimately led to a successful sale to a private equity firm in 2011. Mr. Vashovsky has 25+ years of healthcare technology experience and spent 20+ years as a volunteer paramedic.
Anthony Capone has served as DocGo’s President, Chief Technology Officer, and Chief Product Officer since 2017. He is an operational lead for Ambulnz’s COVID Response across the US, including DocGo’s work with FEMA’s New York State COVID deployment. Prior to working for DocGo, Mr. Capone served as the CEO, CTO, and Head of Sales for Fundbase from 2015 to 2017. Earlier, Mr. Capone was the lead software engineer for Constant Contact from 2011 to 2013. Throughout his career, Mr. Capone has built one of the nation’s largest ambulance companies, managed technology at five companies from start-up to acquisition, spoken at dozens of conferences globally, including the prestigious SALT Conference, founded the largest free developer conference in the USA, Engineers4Engineers, and assisted with significant capital raises.
Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Oberholzer has been CFO for DocGo since 2015 and 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.
Chief Financial Officer (Ambulnz Holdings, LLC)
Mr. Rosenberg became the CFO for Ambulnz in January 2020. 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 five 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 MBA from Johns Hopkins University.
Chief Compliance Officer
With 38 years of EMS industry experience, Mike Witkowski became the COO of Ambulnz in 2017. Prior to that, he served Village Ambulance Service as executive director from 2016 to 2017 and was the director of East Coast client relations for Intermedix from 2013 to 2016. Mr. Witkoswki was also the senior executive vice president/CEO of Omni Medical Care from 2010 to 2013 after serving Hudson Valley Paramedic Services/Regional EMS as the senior executive vice president/CEO from 1998-2010. Mr. Witkowski also led Elliott’s Ambulance and Ambulette Service as CEO from 1997 to 1998. He has managed multiple regional and multi-state organizations and provided response oversight for multiple federal, state, and local disasters such as 9/11, hurricanes Katrina and Irene, and NYC COVID response. He is FEMA ICS and NIMS certified.
Dr. Mark Merlin
Chief Medical Officer (Ambulnz Holdings, LLC)
Dr. Mark Merlin serves as the Chief Medical Officer of DocGo and the CEO of the nonprofit MD1, a national in-field physician response program, a role he has held since 2019. Dr. Merlin is an international lecturer on prehospital physician response and the founder and former program director of the largest EMS fellowship in the United States. He has provided medical direction for Angel MedFlight since 2020 and Medway Air-Medical Transport since 2018 and has consulted on numerous legal cases involving malpractice and intellectual property. Dr. Merlin is a national medical consultant for FOX, NBC, and CBS. Previously, he served as the Chief Medical Officer of MONOC, New Jersey's largest EMS system, from 2015 to 2020.