The Team

Meet The Team

Michael Daignault, MD

Chief Medical Advisor at Reliant Health Services

Michael Daignault, M.D. serves as Chief Medical Advisor at Reliant Health Services, as well as a board-certified emergency medicine physician in Santa Monica, California, where he works in the front lines of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Dr. Daignault’s global health background and experience working to fight the AIDS pandemic equips him with unique perspectives and skillsets to fight against the Covid-19 pandemic with Reliant Health Services. Dr. Daignault is also a Covid-19 medical expert for news stations across the United States, including ABC, CBS, NBC and more. In addition to television and radio experience, Dr. Daignault is a talented writer who has authored countless articles.

Dr. Daignault studied Global Health at Georgetown University and has a Medical Degree from the joint Ben-Gurion University/Columbia Medical Center Medical School for International Health. He did his residency training in Emergency Medicine at Lincoln Medical Center in the South Bronx, New York City. Dr. Daignault is a former United States Peace Corps Volunteer and has worked for Médecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders).

Monica Beeman

Senior Vice President of Special Operations at Reliant Health Services

Monica Beeman is the Senior Vice President of Special Operations at Reliant Health Services where she is responsible for COVID testing strategies and operationalizing COVID testing programs for public and private organizations.

Monica has deep expertise in COVID testing and vaccine programs from her time at the Maryland Department of Health where she was Team Testing Lead. There she was part of the State’s COVID-19 Testing Task Force which supported community-based testing operations throughout the state, created testing operation plans with statewide Health Officers and their teams, managed relationships with state contracted laboratories and mobile vaccine vendors and planned, built, and executed operations for multiple COVID-19 test sites statewide.

Prior to that, Monica was Site Operations Leader at the University of Maryland Medical System where she supported the care of COVID-19 positive patients in an identified “hot zone” operation and assisted in the public health effort to control the spread of COVID-19 in Maryland by increasing accessibility to testing by launching one of the first and largest testing operations in the state.

Monica has also held several executive roles at both for profit and non-profit organizations including FEMA and the Maryland Chamber of Commerce.