John Bartos, co-founded Varsity Care in 2020. He is a seasoned healthcare executive who has both founded and led multiple successful companies during the past twenty years. His background and operational expertise make him a perfect fit to play a central leadership role at Varsity Care.
From his California home, John moved to the East Coast where he attended Princeton. At Princeton, he studied politics and served as captain of the Varsity Tennis Team. After college, he played professional tennis and achieved ranking among the top Americans in the world. He competed against world ranked players from each grand slam tournament.
After ending his tennis career, John attended American University - Washington College of Law where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. He was a member of The American University Law Review and was the lead research assistant on a scholarly article on criminal justice issues. After receiving his legal degree, he spent seven years as a litigator in Washington DC working for one of the Nation’s largest law firms. He specialized in representing financial institutions such as brokerage firms and savings and loans.
At this point in his career John was seeking new challenges. He decided he wanted to focus his efforts on Healthcare IT and related Healthcare service businesses. Over the course of the ensuing twenty years, John has worked with a variety of different large and small health-focused companies. His roles have included, senior vice president, president and chief executive officer. His customers have included hospitals, surgery centers, labs and physician practices.
John now calls Washington DC his home. He is a long time fan and ticket holder of the Washington Capitals and the Washington Nationals. For fun, he has coached kids baseball and softball over the years.
He has four kids who include a current senior and sophomore in college, a senior in high school, and one in middle school. If you are wondering why he decided to start Varsity Care, look no further! It is hard to imagine someone with more relevant personal experience to today’s college experience.