Our “people-focused” culture is bred at the very top. The Senior Management team is a group of passionate, forward-thinking individuals with diverse healthcare backgrounds who truly understand the industry that we serve. Even more important is the healthcare experience and stability of the Crothall Leadership Team.
Chief Executive Officer, Compass One Healthcare
Bobby Kutteh is the chief executive officer of Compass One Healthcare, a $5 billion organization, which provides specialized and unified food and support services through its Morrison Healthcare and Crothall Healthcare brands.
During his time as CEO, Bobby has earned the Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award honoring Top CEOs. Morrison and Crothall have also been recognized as two of Modern Healthcare’s Top 100 Best Places to Work for eight consecutive years.
Bobby launched his career with American Hospital Supply and held various executive management positions with Baxter International, Marriott International, and B. Braun Medical throughout his career.
Bobby holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Wake Forest University and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He lives in the Philadelphia area with his wife Carol, and they have one daughter, who lives in Boston.
Chief Financial Officer, Compass One Healthcare
Dan Gatti graduated, with honors, from Widener University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting in 1984. In 2006, he obtained his Masters of Science in Business Leadership from Revans University (England). Dan is a Certified Public Accountant, Chartered Global Management Accountant, and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Dan started his career in 1984 with Laventhol & Horwath, an international public accounting firm. While at Laventhol, he focused primarily on audits and consulting services for large, publicly held companies. Dan progressed from the level of staff to senior manager in six years.
Dan continued his career in 1990 with Parente, Randolph, an international public accounting firm. While with Parente, he was assigned as the senior manager for the Crothall Healthcare account where he managed the audit and consulting services provided to Crothall in its early stages of development.
In 1996, Dan became the Chief Financial Officer for YBM International, a $150 million international manufacturing company. In his capacity as Chief Financial Officer, he was responsible for the acquisition of two international companies, raising equity capital, and investor relations.
In 1999, Dan joined Crothall Healthcare as Director of Finance and Accounting, with responsibility for all of Crothall’s accounting functions and financial reporting. He was promoted to Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in May 2001 and has since ascended to the position of Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Compass One Healthcare.
Dan and his family live in New Hope, Pennsylvania and he is based in our corporate office in Wayne, Pennsylvania.
President, Environmental Services, Patient Transportation and Facilities Management
Tom Racobaldo graduated from the University of Delaware with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration. He began his career as a Manager Trainee with Crothall Hospital Services, Inc. in 1979. His first assignment was as Housekeeping Director at Oxford Hospital, a 50-bed facility in Northeast Philadelphia. Soon after, he was promoted to a larger account, the Philadelphia College of Art; then to Suburban General Hospital in Norristown, Pennsylvania. Tom was then promoted to Director of Housekeeping at the 1,000-plus bed Greystone State Psychiatric Hospital in Morristown, New Jersey.
In 1984, Tom relocated to Southern California when he accepted a position as Sales Director. He was responsible for selling housekeeping and plant operations and maintenance services in Southern California and Arizona. In 1986, he returned to Operations as a District Manager serving housekeeping clients in the Southwest. In the fall of 1987, he was promoted to Regional Vice President. His responsibilities included oversight of the housekeeping and POM programs.
In 1989, the Marriott Corporation acquired United HealthServ, Inc. (previously Crothall Hospital Services). Tom continued to serve as Regional Vice President with responsibilities encompassing the oversight of housekeeping, plant operations and maintenance, and food service programs in Central California, Nevada, Arizona, and Hawaii. His region included nearly 50 clients, five district managers, and over $45 million in revenues.
In May 1993, Tom joined Crothall Healthcare Inc. as Regional Vice President for the South. He was then promoted to Vice President of Operations in January 1994, at which point he assumed responsibility for all U.S. Housekeeping operations.
In September 2006 Tom was promoted to Executive Vice President and oversees Housekeeping, Patient Transportation and Facilities Management, nationally. In the fall of 2009, Tom was named President, Crothall Healthcare.
Division President, Healthcare Technology Solutions
Jim Cheek has been in healthcare managed services for more than 30 years. He began his career with ServiceMaster, leading hospital based teams as Assistant Manager, Coordinating Manager, and Resident District Manager in hospitals ranging in size from 125 beds to more than 800 beds. In 1989, while leading the team at Carolinas Healthcare System, Jim was the recipient of the Marion E. Wade Memorial Award of Excellence, ServiceMaster’s premier award. From 1991 through 1998, Jim served as Area Manager leading the healthcare business in the Carolinas, Virginia and West Virginia. In this role, Jim improved client retention and vertical sales growth over a 6 year period. Jim assumed a business development role in late 1998, and after a successful sales year was promoted to Senior Vice President of Operations.
In 2001, ServiceMaster was purchased by Aramark and Jim was promoted to Regional Vice President-Healthcare, leading the operations and growth of the Southeast region for the next 8 years. During this time, the region grew from $180M to more than $300M in annual revenue.
In 2009, Jim assumed the position of Vice President-Business Development leading Aramark’s Healthcare Technologies Sales Team. During that time, Jim expanded the sales team, creating specific roles for new market development, retention and vertical sales. Jim was also instrumental integrating Masterplan, Inc., an acquisition in 2010. During this time, new sales within the technologies business grew from $8M to more than $50M annually. Beginning in 2013, Jim led client development and retention efforts for all of Aramark’s Healthcare Sector.
Jim came to Crothall Healthcare Technology Solutions in April of 2016 as Division President, bringing with him experience and track record of growth, client retention and people development.