A therapist-run company with rich clinical expertise
A therapist-run company with rich clinical expertise
Our senior leadership team is comprised of licensed therapists. They know the challenges and rewards that come with the rehabilitation profession extremely well, as well as the pain points many senior healthcare organizations face today.
Our leaders take great pride in guiding clients, and their patients, towards greater success.
Meet our Leaders
JoLynn Munro, MS, OTR/L
Before becoming Division President, JoLynn shared her talents as an area rehab director and regional director of operations. She brought exceptional knowledge, skills, and passion in every role and continues to do so as Division President.
As a leader, JoLynn gains strength through the network of support throughout Infinity Rehab. She believes in a team effort to move the company successfully through changes and challenges.
JoLynn has led teams through significant changes, rallying people around a specific vision and idea. She honed these skills through her experience in the Leadership Academy, a professional development program offered through Infinity Rehab. As a Leadership Academy coach, JoLynn believes she benefitted while helping others advance their leadership skills. The idea of continuous development of skilled and passionate leaders will be a key component of the future success of Infinity Rehab.
In addition to leadership, JoLynn is also passionate about therapy. She has spoken about topics such as medication management, among others, at several conferences, including the American Occupational Therapy Association, Leading Age Washington, and Washington Healthcare Association conferences.
She is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Occupational Therapy Association and the National Association of Rehabilitation Providers and Agencies.
JoLynn earned her master’s degree in occupational therapy from Washington University in 1990. She brings her experience and insight as an occupational therapist (OT) to her role as Division President. OTs look at their patients as a whole person. JoLynn applies this thought process to Infinity Rehab. Rather than focused leadership on component parts, Infinity Rehab must be led as a whole company with a focus on those processes and changes that are most beneficial.
JoLynn feels humbled to be where she is today. She lives by being passionate, building and supporting teams, moving forward with confidence, and embracing both challenges and opportunities.
When she’s not working, you can find JoLynn reading a good book, biking along a trail, hiking with her husband of 25+ years, or spending time with her family.
Mike Billings, MS, PT, DHSC, CEEAA
Co-founder & Chief Strategy & Business Development Officer
Mike Billings has been in the healthcare industry since 1991 with a focus on older adult rehab for most of his career. Mike joined Infinity Rehab in 1999 and served as president in 2010, where he oversaw all operations for over 225 contracts in 15 states and 2,300 employees. He has also previously served as executive vice president of ancillaries with the Avamere Family of Companies, including Infinity Rehab, Signature Healthcare at Home, and human resources.
Mike received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Oregon, a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Duke University, and his Doctor of Health Science degree in Leadership and Organizational Behavior from A.T. Still University.
Mike has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) since 1992 and a member of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) since 2013. He has lectured locally and nationally on post-acute care topics, including wheelchair seating and positioning, Medicare regulations, fitness for the older adult, and telehealth. He served as an adjunct professor in the Physical Therapy program at Pacific University and received his Certification as Exercise Expert for Aging Adults (CEEAA) from the APTA.
Mike has held board-level positions in the Oregon Physical Therapy Association, the National Association for the Support of Long Term Care (NASL), and the National Association of Rehabilitation Providers and Agencies (NARA).
Stacey Turner, MS, CCC-SLP
Vice President of Operations
Since joining Infinity Rehab in 2002 as an area rehab director, Stacey Turner is an integral part to Infinity Rehab’s continued growth and success. Today she provides leadership and strategic direction and is motivated by achieving excellent clinical and financial outcomes.
In her over 30-year career, Stacey has gained extensive experience in organizational leadership in the long-term care industry as a practicing speech-language pathologist, successful business leader, and mentor.
Stacey has served as a Leadership Coach for the Infinity Rehab Leadership Academy since 2014 and has a passion for helping clinicians to grow and develop exemplary leadership skills. She believes that inspirational leadership, the ability to lead in such a way that others are motivated to do a better job, is the heart of an irresistible culture.
Stacey earned her master’s degree in communication disorders from Fontbonne University in St. Louis, Missouri. She is an active member of the American Speech and Hearing Association and serves as the West Regional Coordinator for the National Association of Rehabilitation Providers and Agencies.
Patty Scheets, PT, DPT, NCS
Vice President of Quality and Compliance
Patty Scheets brings a rich clinical experience to Infinity Rehab. She has provided clinical leadership in a variety of settings. In each of these settings, Patty worked to implement a systematic approach to managing movement system problems in neuromuscular and musculoskeletal patients. She has focused much of her energy on developing and implementing strategies for applying evidence in practice.
Her patient care experience began in acute rehabilitation and acute neuromedicine and neurosurgery care. It was in this environment at Washington State University in St. Louis, Missouri, surrounded by expert clinicians and physical therapy educators and researchers, that she developed her commitment to understanding her patients’ movement problems and integrating what was being learned from research into practice. Patty and her colleagues developed and published a system of Movement System Diagnoses for patients with neuromuscular conditions to describe patterns of movement problems seen in neuromuscular patients.
Before joining Infinity Rehab, Patty served as the national clinical specialist for a national home health and hospice company. In this role, she gained valuable experience in implementing advanced clinical strategies on a large scale.
Among her immense clinical experience, Patty is dedicated aiding Infinity Rehab clinicians in their professional growth. She developed and launched the Clinical Academy in August 2020, a six-month virtual immersion into the best-evidence elements of care which constitute the Infinity Rehab clinical model.
Patty also serves as the President of the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy, one of the fastest growing sections of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
Derek Fenwick, PT, MBA, GCS, SHRM-SCP
Senior Director of Human Resources
Derek joined Infinity Rehab in 2010 with over 10 years of experience across multiple areas of healthcare. He directed rehab operations in two different Oregon regions for Infinity Rehab and served as the director of professional development before assuming his current role.
Derek has a strong passion for serving and improving the healthcare industry. After becoming a physical therapist in 2003, he hit the books again in 2008 to increase his exposure to the world of healthcare management by obtaining an MBA. Three years later, he became a board-certified geriatric clinical specialist.
In 2010, Derek was named an Emerging Leader of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). He was also appointed to the APTA’s first-ever Leadership Development Committee and serves as president of the Oregon Physical Therapy Association. He is also a mentor in the APTA Centennial Scholars Program.
Derek now uses all of these skills and leadership experience to integrate a comprehensive talent management strategy into all aspects of the employment experience of Infinity Rehab’s healthcare professionals.
Mark Wilhelm, MS
Vice President of Sales
Mark Wilhelm joined Infinity Rehab as the Denver-based regional sales director in February of 2010. He also served as national sales director before assuming the role of Vice President of Sales.
Mark’s extensive background in pharmaceutical and medical sales has helped Infinity Rehab expand into new territories and broaden its client base. During his career, Mark has led national sales efforts for recognized brands, including Johnson & Johnson and Roche Pharmaceuticals.
Mark holds a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from Arizona State University and a Master of Science in Biology from Denver University.
He calls Evergreen, Colorado home where he and his family enjoy a variety of activities and outdoor sports such as golfing, fishing, and hiking. Mark has climbed 42 of the 54 14,000 ft. peaks in Colorado.
Laura Cantrell, MS, PT
Vice President of Community-Based Services
Joining Infinity Rehab in 2001, Laura Cantrell has served as a director of rehab, area rehab manager, regional director of operations, and director of outpatient services. She was appointed vice president of community-based services in 2021. She leads Infinity Rehab’s Age in Place program, benefiting from her geriatric background and rehab management skills.
Laura earned her Bachelor of Science in 1990 from Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania and Master of Science from Arcadia University in Glenside, Pennsylvania in 1992. As a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Oregon Physical Therapy Association, Laura’s clinical background includes outpatient and home health settings, as well as specialization in long-term care.
Tyler Keeter, PT, DPT, MHA
Regional Director of Operations
Immediately after earning his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University in Pennsylvania, Tyler Keeter knew he wanted to expand his ability to effect change in healthcare beyond that of a practicing therapist. He enrolled in a Masters in Healthcare Administration program while practicing full-time at a hospital in Billings, Montana. Following this, Tyler spent two years in a Hospital Administration Fellowship with Providence Health & Services in Oregon where he learned a system-based approach to healthcare organizational leadership through his mentor, a Malcom Baldrige Quality Award winner.
Tyler then moved to Colorado and joined Infinity Rehab in 2008. In January 2009, he launched and oversaw the implementation of the first three Colorado operations for Infinity Rehab, and has since opened more than 60 Infinity Rehab sites in seven states.
His special interests include person-centered rehabilitation and the alignment of post-acute care settings. Tyler is a certified Eden Alternative Associate and has spoken at several national and regional association conferences, including the American Healthcare Association, Eden International, and Leading Age.
Vice President of Finance
Drew Simpson is the Vice President of Finance at Infinity Rehab. Drew has been with the company since June 2021 and hasn’t looked backed. He has been in the tech and healthcare industries for the last 11 years, working in both operations and finance. Drew recently left the private equity healthcare world to pursue a company that has the right mission, vision, and values to find a stronger sense of balance and purpose in his career. Having experienced the in-home healthcare model with a dear family member, he was able to witness the life-changing work that can happen in the right rehab setting.
Drew graduated from University of Oregon twice, holding a degree in economics and a master’s in business administration. This is where he met his wife in 2006 and they married in 2013. He enjoys spending time with his family and 6-year-old son by taking him to soccer practice, helping with schoolwork, golfing, and traveling. They have a sweet, grumpy, older German shepherd named Charlie.
Drew is currently based out of Eugene, Oregon. He frequently travels to the home office to spend time with finance team members.
Pamela Krbec, CTSI
Director of Talent Acquisition
Pamela is an experienced recruiter, leader, and mentor, with a detail-oriented, forward thinking, entrepreneurial, and adaptable approach. She is highly skilled in business development, strategic planning, operations, process enhancement and creative marketing.