About Anthony Sinisgalli

With more than 10 years of experience in sales management for medical, veterinary, and marketing companies, Anthony Sinisgalli conveys his numerous skills into success for the firms he represents. Currently, Director of Business Development for HCA, Inc., Mr., Sinisgalli heads the Ambulatory Service Division from his Jacksonville, Florida base of operations. Specializing in business development, and marketing four HCA outpatient surgical centers, he meets with surgeons from all medical specialties and offers them limited partnerships in HCA centers. Following trends, opportunities, and challenges in the surgical field, his comprehensive business and medical knowledge gives Anthony Sinisgalli a firm foundation from which to present information to medical experts.

From 2002 until 2006, in his previous position as National Sales Manager at Eagle Eye Anesthesia, Mr. Sinisgalli sold veterinary anesthesia machines, including anesthetic vaporizers, over a 25-state territory. As he successfully maximized sales for the company’s University Veterinary Schools, Medical Research, and Private Practice divisions, he performed product education functions in classrooms and surgical venues.

Anthony Sinisgalli developed his firm grasp of business knowledge and management strategies in his role as a Partner and Vice President of Sales at men’s clothing company, Windsor Lake Design Company in Kansas City, Missouri from 2001 to 2002. He helped write the start-up company’s business, marketing, and financial plans. Responsible for sales in the eastern United States, Mr. Sinisgalli received prestigious invitations to, and twice attended, the New York City Collective and the distinguished industry trade show MAGIC in Las Vegas.

Expressing a commitment to providing affordable and livable housing for every person, Anthony Sinisgalli supports Habitat for Humanity as it rehabilitates and builds new housing across America. His extra-curricular interests include travel, golf, and cycling.

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