Learn more about Legacy Care from president Tom Vasko, BSN,
and Chief Medical Officer Danny Felty, MD.
LGS Legacy Care was established almost a decade ago. Our founders come from career paths that focus on serving others including healthcare, military and education. Together, they shared the same passion for creating an innovative care model focused on serving some of healthcare’s most vulnerable patients in post-acute care environments.
Since opening our doors, our philosophy of care and workplace culture have attracted the brightest minds in medicine who deliver safe, quality care to thousands of patients and their families in care communities across the country.
Visionary Leaders Who Care
Our leadership team is a seasoned group of professionals who believe in creating a workplace culture where clinicians can focus on what they love – caring for patients — in a collaborative environment that helps them thrive.
Tom is a senior global healthcare operations, clinical and strategic executive with decades of direct C-suite advisory and execution. Tom is a well-known healthcare and organizational builder, successfully optimizing clinical, business and consumer verticals in over 100 global healthcare, acute, post-acute and federal clinical environments.
He brings more than 20 years of Organizational Transformation and Talent experience, gained across multiple industries and sectors, including academic, federal, and private companies including:
- Mayo Clinic
- Michigan Medicine
- Uniting Care Australia
Tom’s unique blend of military service, global, clinical, and outcomes research experience has fueled his successful track in facing our Nation’s most complex healthcare challenges. His management consulting background ranges from boutique to prestigious large-scale firms where he has led major complex technology, strategy, financial modeling, and operating model development within provider, payer, and Life Sciences sectors.
In 2019, Tom joined LGS Management Group as President where he leads a portfolio of three companies including Legacy Care, Practice Solutions, and Legacy Care Government Services. He is responsible for all aspects of operational execution, organizational design, growth, and P &L performance for the portfolio’s entirety. Tom oversees over approximately 120 healthcare medical facilities, clinics and medical groups across 9 states touching over 16,000 patients lives annually. He also works closely with our private equity partner Mosaic Capital as an active member of the Board of Directors.
Tom is a published author of clinical outcomes, consumerism, care delivery. He is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University Honors College with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing with a minor in Psychology. Tom’s ultimate goal and tactical vision is to unite all sectors of health in data utilization to improve care, reduce care delivery costs, and empower the patient population around the world.
When Tom isn’t building and scaling healthcare organizations, he enjoys spending time on the beach watching his three boys surf and appreciate the experiences of life. Tom resides in Virginia Beach, VA with his wife Amy, their sons and two Labradors Gus and Norman.
Executive Vice President
Executive Vice President
A highly seasoned business executive with more than 30 years of experience, Monica has devoted the majority of her career to the healthcare industry. In her role on LGS Legacy Care’s executive leadership team, Monica heads strategic business development, all operations including Partners in Care relations, contracting, and recruiting. She also oversees the medical group’s compliance and training program.
Prior to joining Legacy Care in 2019, Monica has held several executive leadership roles with renowned organizations around the country.
Among the highlights, Monica served as a vice president of home care operations with Sentara Healthcare, overseeing 14 locations. Prior to that role, she held a vice president position at Kindred Healthcare, overseeing multiple home health locations across the east coast. Monica also is the former regional vice president for Gentiva Health Services, responsible for managing 88 home health locations in four states. She joined LGS Legacy Care in 2019.
A Six Sigma Yellow Belt, Monica is the recipient of multiple industry awards including Employee of the Year and the Virginia Association of Home Care Visionary Award. Active in the community, she was a board member of the Virginia Association of Home Care and many other civic groups. She earned a bachelor’s of science in business administration from William Woods University in Missouri.
Married for 35 years, Monica and her husband have a son and a daughter. Monica has a wide array of hobbies including watersports, bowling, skiing, refinishing furniture, reading and more.
Danny Felty, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Danny Felty, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Felty is a practicing family medicine physician and current medical director of several long-term care facilities in Virginia. Renowned for his expertise in post-acute care, recently Dr. Felty was appointed to serve on the Governor of Virginia’s COVID-19 Long-Term Care Facility Task Force.
Throughout his distinguished medical career, Dr. Felty has cared for thousands of patients in private practice, acute care and post-acute care settings. In 2017, he joined LGS Legacy Care, maintaining both an administrative leadership position and clinical medical directorships for several post-acute care centers.
Dr. Felty serves as president of the state chapter for the Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine. In this role, he is actively engaged with issues at the national level. Dr. Felty also is a member and fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Additionally, he is a member of the Virginia Academy of Family Physicians.
A distinguished graduate of Virginia Military Institute, Dr. Felty earned his bachelor of science degree in biology with a minor in psychology. He then earned a doctor of medicine degree from the Medical College of Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University where he also completed his residency.
Dr. Felty and his wife, Heather, are both healthcare professionals. Together, they are very active in their church, serving in several capacities to support the faith-based community in Richmond, Virginia. The pair are the proud parents of their sons Sam and Eli. As a family, they enjoy numerous outdoor activities such as golf, boating on the river and mountain biking.
VP of Client & Provider Success
Vice President of Client & Provider Success
As a strategic leader on the executive team, Beth is responsible for managing a team of regional directors serving more than 100 providers in 130 care facilities in nine states. Through her leadership, Beth guides, trains and supports her team for efficacious market management and business development, working collaboratively with corporate leadership to develop strategic growth opportunities.
Beth’s background pulls from education, having dedicated more than fifteen years to teaching and administration in several public and private school systems across the United States.
After transitioning into healthcare, her educational roots now influence her strong dedication to staff development, continuing education and team building. In fact, soon after she joined LGS Legacy Care in 2016, she and the medical group’s Chief Medical Officer created a new customer relationship and recruitment program.
Beth earned a bachelor of science in education from William Jewell College and a master of education and administration from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
In her spare time when she is not at her sons’ lacrosse games, Beth is an avid runner, musician, cook and water color painter.
Julie Miller, AGPCNP-C
Chief Training & Compliance Officer
Julie Miller, AGPCNP-C
Chief Training and Compliance Officer
Julie Miller was born on Nurse’s Day. So it is little surprise her career path led her to become a nurse practitioner.
Her background in medicine spans more than 20 years, delivering care to patients in healthcare systems and post-acute care facilities around the nation. Julie spent many years working in critical intensive care units, specializing in cardiac surgical care and neurology.
Julie joined LGS Legacy Care in 2018, starting out as an independent nurse practitioner caring for patients in post-acute facilities and assisted living centers. She transitioned into training and education, where she now leads the medical group’s credentialing, onboarding, and continuing education program.
Board-certified as an adult geriatric primary care nurse, Julie earned a master’s degree in Adult and Geriatric Nursing from the University of Cincinnati in 2016. She earned a bachelor’s of science in nursing with honors from the University of Phoenix in Tampa.
VP of Communications & Culture
Vice President of Communications & Culture
A public relations strategist for more than two decades, Marcia has dedicated most of her career working in healthcare. She joined Legacy Care in 2020, responsible for external and internal communication strategies, including workplace culture and engagement.
Before joining Legacy Care, Marcia built and led communications and marketing programs for organizations around the country, including Virginia Commonwealth University Healthcare System, several HCA Healthcare hospitals, Novant Health, Atrium Health, and others. Marcia’s specialties include media relations, internal communications, crisis communications, and brand marketing. Additionally, she’s authored numerous articles that were published in weekly newspapers when she worked as a freelance writer.
Marcia earned a bachelor’s of science degree in Mass Communications and Public Relations from Virginia Commonwealth University. She also has an Advanced Public Information Officer Certification from the Federal Emergency Management.
When she’s not working, Marcia enjoys HIIT fitness training, any water activity, volunteering with Big Brothers Big Sisters, and spending time with her daughter and family.
Who We Serve
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
Healthcare & Community Partners
Patients Cared for Annually
Physicians & Advanced Care Practitioners
Our compassionate medical practitioners are dedicated to positive patient outcomes, guided by our analytically-based care model that uses real-time data.
Predictive Analytics Care Model
We follow a care model that is customized to determine a patient’s risk levels upon release to a post-acute care facility. Using predictive analytics tools, providers generate real-time data for care plan decision-making. If needed, mobile unit visits for high risk patients discharged during low staffing periods are available.
We attract the brightest minds in medicine, hiring only 10% of applicants. They are guided by our analytically-based care model to help positively impact clinical quality measures, patient satisfaction and transition of care.
Collaboration & Compassion
We place heavy emphasis on compassionate collaboration and open communication. Our providers focus on building close working relationships to ensure we’re meeting the needs of your patients and residents.
Our predictive analytic care model helps improve the transition of care, reduce costly readmissions and resulting penalties.
Our board-certified clinicians follow evidence-based guidelines and protocols from the Society for Post-Acute and Long Term Care Medicine (AMDA) and the CDC clinical practice guidelines for long-term care settings.
On Call 24/7
The level of care our providers deliver to your residents naturally reduces call. This lowers the demand allowing our care teams to provide their own 24/7 on-call service to their buildings.