US Oral Surgery Management
President and CEO
With more than 40 years of knowledge and executive experience in Fortune 500 and private healthcare services companies, Richard “Rick” Hall provides visionary leadership and strong strategy execution. A former U.S. Marine, Mr. Hall has a unique combination of organization, discipline, leadership skills and wisdom to help companies reach their goals. In addition, he has a proven track record of building high-performing teams and positive cultures.
Mr. Hall joined USOSM as president and CEO in February of 2018 as employee No. 3 and has shepherded the company through its early growth and continued development, helping to shape USOSM’s vision and trajectory. Under his leadership, USOSM has grown to include 76 partner practices, 189 surgeons, with 169 clinical locations, across 24 states. The company completed a very successful recapitalization event in 2021.
Previously, Mr. Hall served as president and CEO of Oncology Services International, the world’s largest independent service organization specializing in radiation therapy equipment. Mr. Hall guided the company through a significant transformation and successful sale to a prominent, private equity firm. Over the course of his career, he has held 9 executive level roles in venture capital or private equity organizations and has worked with 13 different firms.
He served as president of Alliance Oncology and senior vice president of business development, marketing and physician recruitment for US Oncology. Prior to that, he served as COO of PatientKeeper, president of the acute care division at McKesson Corporation and owner/chairman of BrightStar Care. Mr. Hall began his career with American Hospital Supply, a company well respected for developing healthcare services leaders.
Mr. Hall currently serves on the Board of US Oral Surgery Management, Sevaredent Sourcing Solutions, and is on the Advisory Board for MB Global Partners and the Healthcare Services Advisory Council for Riverglade Capital. He is also a member of the Executive Committee of the ADSO.
Mr. Hall is involved with several nonprofit organizations and is a board member with Christine’s Hope for Kids. He actively supports causes that support veterans and the families of fallen and disabled service members, including Folds of Honor, The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation and Operation Restore Oral Health. He was recently recognized with the Patriot Award from the U.S. Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve. The award honors individuals and companies that actively support employee participation in America’s National Guard and Reserve.
Mr. Hall earned his bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration from Penn State University and he is a graduate of the executive healthcare program at Duke University.