Our Executive Team

Clayton A. Varga, MD, MHSM | Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Varga received his Doctor of Medicine from USC, and later completed a residency in Anesthesiology and a fellowship in Pain Management at UCLA. Dr. Varga subsequently returned to USC as the Director of Pain Management and became a founding member of the American Academy of Pain Management. In 1990, Dr. Varga moved his practice to Pasadena, and over time this evolved into the Pasadena Rehabilitation Institute.

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Dr. Varga served as the Corporate Medical Director for Summit Health, developing 20 pain management centers under the corporate trademark over the southwestern United States. He has also developed pain-management centers for other corporate entities, hospitals and individual physicians, starting more than 40 new centers in the last 20 years. In the mid 1990s, Dr. Varga earned a Master’s degree from the Department of Health Systems Management at Tulane University and subsequently completed the Mergers and Acquisitions Program at the UCLA Anderson School of Business. Dr. Varga is the founder and CEO of Olios Health, and currently owns, operates or manages more than 40 separate practices and facilities throughout Southern California. He enjoys live theater, classical music, the acquisition of knowledge and spending time with family and friends.

Matt Talbot | Chief Operating Officer

Matt Talbot has helped grow and manage more than 20 practices and facilities throughout Southern California since teaming up with Olios Health’s CEO Dr. Clayton Varga in 1996. Matt attended the University of California, Irvine and graduated in 1996 with a B.S. degree in Biological Sciences. Upon graduation, Matt joined the Pasadena Rehabilitation Institute (PRI) and has worked throughout the practice in various capacities. In doing so he gained extensive knowledge of the ins and outs of a medical practice and learned how to efficiently and effectively implement new processes.

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During the past few years, Matt has improved patient check-in procedures, implemented an easy-to-use electronic authorization system and has helped increase the efficiency of numerous medical facilities. In his free time, Matt enjoys surfing up and down the California coast.

Damian Dyer | Chief Information Officer

Damian Dyer has more than 20 years of experience working in the Information Technology (IT) field as a consultant, project manager, network designer, and administrator. Damian attended the California Polytechnic State University, Pomona and graduated in 1995 with a B.S. degree in Psychology. He believes that the primary goals of Information Technology in the healthcare industry are to improve patient care, increase efficiency and safeguard critical data.

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Damian leads the Olios Health IT department to empower every practice to achieve these three major functions through expert-level problem solving, thorough work-flow analysis and the deployment of the latest technologies. A former Marine, Damian enjoys adventuring on his motorcycle and cherishes the time he spends with his family.

Alexander Varga, AIA, NCARB | Principal Architect

Alexander Varga has more than 25 years of experience in the construction industry, with 15 years of specialization in the design and construction of healthcare facilities including medical offices, physical therapy facilities, drug rehabilitation centers, and ambulatory surgery centers. He has also designed and built custom residential projects, veterinary clinics and a range of commercial and industrial projects. In addition, he has many years of experience securing entitlements for clients with challenging projects, including conditional use permits, variances, modifications and building permits.

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Alexander studied art, architecture and pre-medicine as an undergraduate at Yale University and received his Master’s degree in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. He holds architectural licenses in the states of California and Connecticut, is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is NCARB certified. His philosophy of medical architecture design is a humanistic one that places the client and the patient at the center of the design equation.

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