David Jacofsky, MD
Dr. David Jacofsky is an international speaker and respected authority in complex adult joint reconstruction, total joint replacement, traumatology and oncology. He is committed to delivering the finest patient care possible, community service, research and education.
Dr. Jacofsky is chairman and CEO of The CORE Institute® after a successful tenure as a division director and assistant residency director at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. He brings to the The CORE Institute the best of what Newsweek magazine hails as "the top-rated Orthopedic Department in the United States 12 years running."
His career landmarks include graduating valedictorian of his high school class, highest honors at Lehigh University, valedictorian and magna cum laude at the Medical College of Pennsylvania, orthopedic surgery residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, and a fellowship in orthopedic oncology and complex adult reconstruction from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. During his medical education, he received numerous awards, including the 2001 Mayo Scholar Award.
Dr. Jacofsky has more than 40 peer reviewed publications, upwards of 20 book chapters and one orthopedic textbook to his credit. He routinely lectures at local, regional, national and international events. He is board certified by the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.
Joseph E. La Rue
As Executive Vice President of Sun Health, Joe La Rue provides strategic oversight to senior living communities as well as real estate and property interests owned by Sun Health. Before joining Sun Health, La Rue practiced law for 16 years in the Sun Cities area, with an emphasis in real estate finance and development. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in business in 1985, he earned his juris doctorate from Arizona State University College of Law in 1988. La Rue is a member of the Maricopa County Transportation Advisory Board, representing Supervisory District 4. He also is a member of the Arizona Town Hall Board of Directors and the WESTMARC Board of Directors. Previously, he served a four-year term on the Peoria City Council from 1997-2001.
Keith Dines has served in the position of Chief Executive Officer of AIP since 1994. He first served in this capacity as an employee of MediSun, which provided services under a management agreement with AIP. He also served as president and CEO of MediSun from December 1998 to August 2008. Mr. Dines graduated magna cum laude from Geneva College in Beaver Falls, PA, with a bachelor’s of science in business administration in 1983 and summa cum laude with a master’s in health services administration from Arizona State University College of Business in 1993.
Marc Jacofsky, PhD
Dr. Marc Jacofsky is the Chief Scientific Officer at The CORE Institute and the Research Director for the MORE Foundation. Dr. Jacofsky oversees the research studies performed through the MORE Foundation Biomechanics and Motion Analysis Lab and works with physicians to develop new medical technologies. His PhD work on the musculoskeletal anatomy of the hand was funded by a National Science Foundation grant in interdisciplinary graduate education and research training (IGERT); combining bioengineering, gross anatomy, motor control, physics, and mathematics to quantify and model complex anatomical systems. His diverse experience covering comparative anatomy, the biomechanical testing of tissues, gait and motion analysis, and clinical research is a natural fit with the mission of the orthopedic research labs.
In addition to his research experience, Dr. Jacofsky has extensive knowledge of intellectual property development including the patenting, prototyping, and testing of new medical devices and technologies. Marc has a bachelor’s degree in geological sciences and physical anthropology from SUNY Binghamton, and a master’s and PhD in physical anthropology from Arizona State University.
Gina W. Ore
Gina W. Ore is the Chief Executive Officer of the MORE Foundation. Ms. Ore’s primary responsibility is to foster a culture of philanthropy that will facilitate support of innovative research, community education and charitable assistance. More specifically, Ms. Ore is responsible for all fund development activities as well as program enhancement within the framework of the MORE Foundation mission.
Prior to MORE Foundation, Ms. Ore spent the last 14 years at Sun Health Foundation, most recently served as Vice President and Chief Development Officer. In her role there, she led the reorganization of Sun Health Foundation after it merged with Banner Health in 2008. She has also held leadership positions at the American Red Cross and what is now known as Benevilla. In 1999, she founded the International Kim Foundation and currently remains its President. Ms. Ore has also enjoyed extensive community involvement as well through volunteer participation with the Hon Kachina Council, Sun City West Rotary Club and District 5490, West Valley Art Museum, Sun Cities Area Ministerial Association and the Association for Healthcare Professionals.
Ms. Ore obtained a bachelor’s degree in music and psychology/sociology from Millikin University, completed requirements for her Certified Fundraising Executive certification, and completed her Master’s Degree in Innovative Leadership from Western International University.
In 1974, Bill Molloy moved to Phoenix and began his career as Vice President for Operations at Phoenix Memorial Hospital. Bill founded the DevMan Company in 1981. The firm introduced and developed the concept of physician-owned Medical Office Buildings. The full-service real estate brokerage firm specialized in medical facilities providing development, management, leasing and sales services to clients. In 2008, DevMan
merged with Ensemble, forming the largest, full-service brokerage company in Arizona, dedicated to serving healthcare providers and institutions. Ensemble’s recent name change reflects their singular focus to be the best option for healthcare real estate service and management. Molloy has been directly involved in the
development of numerous medical office building projects during his 31 years in the business, including the recently completed “Surprise Medical Plaza at The City”, a 35,000 square foot medical office building anchored by Banner Health Services.
Roles & Responsibilities
In Molloy’s role, he manages the day to day operations of the Phoenix headquarters office, as well as branch offices in Long Beach, Las Vegas and Reno. The firm has a total of 69 employees.