Tom Zaucha, known in the healthcare industry as the guiding force behind Keystone Rehabilitation
Systems, today is the general partner of Zaucha Family LP, which owns and manages Walter Stanley
Realty, a commercial real estate broker, and Crimson Hawk Rentals, an IUP student housing
Zaucha graduated from Slippery Rock University, then earned a degree in physical therapy at the
University of Pennsylvania, and came to Indiana in 1969 to serve as director of physical therapy
at Indiana Hospital. He founded Keystone Rehabilitation Systems, a private outpatient physical
therapy company, in 1979.
For most of his career, Zaucha was CEO at Keystone, one of the largest physical therapy
companies in Pennsylvania. In 1995, Keystone merged with Northstar Health Services, and Zaucha
served as chairman and CEO. Northstar Health Services was sold in 2000 to Benchmark Medical
Services and Zaucha became a partner.
In addition to his real estate business, Tom Zaucha operates the American Academy of Clinical
Electrodiagnosis and Penn Neuromuscular Diagnostics.
In the Indiana community, Zaucha’s accomplishments include the construction of the S&T Bank
Arena ice skating and hockey center at the White Township Recreation Complex, and the
development of the 119 Professional Center, Old Boro Hall and the Atrium. He was president of
the Foundation for IUP in 1997 and the cochairman of a capital campaign for Indiana University
In 1996, Zaucha was named an Indiana County Civic Leader of the Year. He received the Benjamin
Rush Medical Society Award in 1999, was elected in 2003 to the IUP Sports Hall of Fame, and
received a distinguished alumni award in 2007 from Slippery Rock University.
Throughout his career, Tom has attempted to give back to Indiana County, where he and his wife,
Alice, have made their home and raised their children Jennifer, Tom, Jonathan and Stephanie.