Meet Our Team
Heather O’Neill, RN, BBA, CWS, LHRM, CALA
Heather O’Neill is a Registered Nurse with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Prior to becoming President and CEO of Clover Medical Solutions, Heather held various Clinical and Management positions in the areas of Wound Care, Pain Management, Long-term care, Home Health and Hospital Critical Care.
Heather comes from a military family and she greatly honors those who have served our country. Heather has combined her passion for the healthcare Industry and those who have served (and currently serve) in the military, by creating a company that focuses on caring for veterans and military personnel with healthcare needs.
Paige Mutual, RPT, CWS
Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations and Sales
Paige Mutual is a Registered Physical Therapist and Board Certified Wound Care Specialist with over 30 years of experience in the Healthcare Industry. She comes from a military family and her father was a pilot in the U. S. Air Force. She is honored to serve our Veterans and provide them with a better quality of life. The ability to give back for the amazing sacrifice they have made for us is what makes this job so special!
Paige is the Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations and Sales for Clover Medical Solutions. Her main role is providing services to our Veterans nationwide while working with the Providers in the VA system to educate them on our products.
Vice President of Internal Operations
I was born and raised in Lima, Peru but quickly called the United States my home when I moved here in 2003. When I started working at Clover Medical Solutions I was very excited about helping patients, especially our U.S. veterans.
My main focus is to provide our patients with the best customer service experience and to answer any questions they may have, along with offering the time they need and deserve. I love helping people and working for this company has given me the opportunity to do so.
Mitch Skroski has been in the healthcare industry for over 30 years with a wide range of experience which encompasses helping individuals with acute and chronic illnesses.
Mitch also served in the U.S. Army for 6 years, initially in the Corps of Engineers building structures and runways in Honduras, and then transitioning to aviation, where he served three years in West Germany.
Mitch has a true passion for helping others, especially U.S. veterans, so that he can assist them to regain mobility, improve sleep, decrease anxiety, and reduce pain.