At RediClinic, our executive team has a unified mission in ensuring each patient receives the highest quality healthcare. Read the executive bios.
Chief Operating Officer
Ms. Blair is the Chief Operating Officer of RediClinic, a wholly owned subsidiary of Rite Aid Corporation. In her role, she leads the development of the corporate strategy and key initiatives, ensuring delivery of RediClinic’s value proposition of easy access to high-quality, convenient healthcare. In addition, she oversees the day-to-day business operations of RediClinic locations and RediClinic Express sites inside Rite Aid Pharmacies throughout the greater Philadelphia and New Jersey areas, as well as clinic locations inside H-E-B grocery stores in Texas. With over 30 years of professional experience in the healthcare industry, Ms. Blair began her career with Gulf Coast Center – Mental Health and Mental Retardation as a Residential Manager. She was responsible for all aspects of managing 24-hour care for clients with Mental Health Disabilities. Soon after, Shannon was Vice President of Operations and Sales for Hearthstone Senior Services, where she oversaw 32 assisted living communities in nine states. Before her recent appointment to COO, Shannon served as Vice President of Operations at RediClinic for 11 years.
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Goldbach is Chief Medical Officer for RediClinic and Health Dialog—both companies are wholly owned subsidiaries of Rite Aid. Prior to joining Health Dialog and RediClinic, Peter served as President and CEO of Med-Vantage, a privately-held informatics and reporting company that was majority owned by a consortium of six Blue Cross plans. Under Peter’s leadership, the company significantly expanded its client base and product offerings. Previous to this appointment Peter served as a Medical Director for Blue Cross and BlueShield of Massachusetts where he led the integration of innovative Pay for Performance and eHealth programs. Earlier in his career Peter served as CEO, medical director, and Trustee of a community hospital in Boston. Peter is a board certified specialist in Pulmonary Disease, and had maintained a pulmonary and primary care practice. He holds an undergraduate and master’s degree from UCLA and earned a medical degree from SUNY Downstate Medical School. He completed his Internal Medicine internship and residency at George Washington University Hospital and his Pulmonary Disease fellowship at Cedars-Sinai UCLA Medical Center.