Simplex Health Accelerates Growth with Key Executive Hires

Simplex Health

AMBLER, PA — Simplex Health, the leading provider of evidence-based medical nutrition therapies has appointed four executive-level team members and nine dietitians in response to rapid partner and referral growth.

Kyle BranchDirector of Business Operations will work closely with Simplex’s Patient Scheduling Team to improve the overall patient experience – optimizing front-end operations, billing, insurance credentialing, and more. With 15 years of experience in both the welfare and healthcare sectors, Mr. Branch brings his deep knowledge of business operations, program design and implementation, project management, training, and development to the role.

For nearly 20 years, Jesson Geipel, Director of Marketing and Communications has managed communication efforts for mid-sized non-profit and for-profit companies. Ms. Geipel will spearhead a variety of marketing and PR initiatives to position Simplex Health as the market leader in medical nutrition.

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Medical Reimbursement Manager, Amy Rabins boasts over 20 years of experience in the medical billing field. In this role, Ms. Rabins oversees billing and collections related to Medicare, Medicaid, and Commercial Insurance which includes monitoring and analyzing payments to identify contractual variances, underpayments, and denials.

Newly added Strategic Partnership Manager, Emily Crawford is tasked with managing Simplex’s trusted partnership relationships, and brokering new ones through on-site visits, educational webinars, networking events, and more. While Ms. Crawford began her career as a Registered Dietitian with Simplex Health, she made the decision to transition to the partnerships team after seeing first-hand the life-changing power of Simplex’s medical nutrition therapy.

Founder and CEO, David Rambo comments, “It’s an exhilarating time here at Simplex Health. Over just the past few months, we’ve nearly doubled in size and the pace has rapidly accelerated from a patient and partnership perspective. I remain humbled by the blessings we continue to receive. We’re steadily getting closer to the vision I had when I founded this company – to give everyone, regardless of socioeconomic status or location, access to the life-changing power of functional medicine.”

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Simplex Health is currently looking to fill the following roles: Business Analyst, Lead Patient Scheduling Coordinator, and a People and Culture Specialist. To learn more, visit

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