Dr. Greg Bennett is Drayer’s Executive Vice President of Strategic Initiatives and Development. Greg is a physical therapist recognized for clinical, administrative and teaching expertise. His experience includes extensive practice and program development in both private practice and corporate enterprises.
After beginning his career as a physical therapist in the Army, Greg co-founded multiple private practices in the DC/Metro area and began teaching physical therapy at the university level. After the clinics’ acquisition, Greg served as vice president of orthopedics, joint replacement and rehabilitation for a large integrated non-profit health system. His duties included establishing the first lines within the system including specialty integration, business growth and development.
As a physical therapist, Greg has more than 35 years of clinical and publication experience and has provided consultative and rehabilitation services for numerous professional teams and athletes. He is an adjunct professor at Marymount University and works extensively in Haiti, serving as a medical director for the nonprofit Community Coalition for Haiti.
He completed his undergraduate degree in physical therapy at West Virginia University, his master’s degree at George Mason University and doctorate at the University of Maryland.
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