Dr. Bill is lifelong resident of Cincinnati’s west-side communities and progressed in his education through St. Dominic grade school, Archbishop Elder High School and the University of Cincinnati (B.S. Biology) before attending medical school at the Wright State University School of Medicine (M.D.).
Through a collaboration with Mr. Steven Smith, Dr. Bill expanded the treatment services at his OBOT practice and achieved certification as an outpatient treatment program by the Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services agency in 2012. They went on to create the first-in-Ohio, Suboxone-only opiate treatment program in 2013. Armed with a proven, clinically-comprehensive, compassionate model Sunrise has expanded into Forest Park, Middletown, and Dayton with more plans for expansion in 2019.
Chief Operating Officer
Steve received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Philosophy from Brescia University and his Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Western Kentucky University. Steve first worked with Dr. Bill in 2010. They developed the plan to expand Dr. Bill’s private practice into a full treatment center in late 2011 and Steve joined Sunrise Treatment Center as Program and Clinical Director in April 2012.
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Aviles attended the Wright State University School of Medicine and completed his family medicine residency at Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois. Dr. Aviles is a Chicago native and enjoys cheering for his Chicago teams. Prior to joining Sunrise Treatment Center in January 2014, he worked in two community health centers and for Premier Health Partners. In his free time Dr. Aviles enjoys reading, golfing, and martial arts.
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Administrative Officer
Shane brings far more than 14 years of experience in pharmacy, management and human resources to her role as a Corporate Business Officer. She brings a vitality, professionalism and warmth, and a mindset of service and advocacy to her work at Sunrise Treatment Center. Shane’s primary focus is to continuously improve processes and procedures, evaluate the work being undertaken while efficiently looking for ways to leverage time for the CEO and other senior executives.
Jennifer began working with Sunrise Treatment Center in 2015 as the Nursing Supervisor and was promoted to Nursing Director in 2017. Jennifer has been a nurse for nearly 20 years and earned her nursing degree in 1999. Her initial experience as a nurse was spent as a certified Urology nurse. After leaving that position in 2000, she found her passion in the field of opiate addiction treatment. Before arriving at Sunrise Treatment Center, Jennifer worked for an outpatient opiate addiction center where she worked for five years.