With a strong belief in caring for others, Ronnie McAda brings his natural leadership skills to tackle the struggles he has seen in the healthcare industry, particularly those felt by practitioners and patients. He has witnessed first-hand the battle practitioners have between balancing the management of a successful practice and providing excellent patient care, and has used that understanding to develop the unique model MMMS uses today.
Whether it is on the football field as a quarterback, in his military career with the Army, or in his day-to-day life, Ronnie enjoys seeing others grow and reach their full potential. He believes that by acting as a partner to practitioners, MMMS can make a positive impact, particularly for those focused on the growing population of patients with diabetes.
Ronnie is a graduate of the United States Military Academy where he also quarterbacked for the football team. He received multiple accolades including the Army /Navy game MVP for the three consecutive years as well as Army Football MVP. He was drafted to the Green Bay Packers to begin his professional football career. He went on to play for NFL Europe and was later signed by the Denver Broncos.
Married to his high school sweetheart, Laura, Ronnie has four children, Tripp, Max and Alli and foster son Jose Castillo. The McAda family are devoted Christians, and they dedicate much of their time in service to their community, including the development of a local sports association for children, which provides these young athletes an opportunity to experience the positive aspects of teamwork and leadership.