Home Health Depot adds 14th branch
INDIANAPOLIS - Home Health Depot expanded its reach in northeast Indiana, opening a new branch in Fort Wayne, the provider announced Feb. 28.
The provider now has 14 branches—seven in the state, along with Illinois, Iowa and Michigan.
"As a result of our Fort Wayne expansion, we are proud to be able to serve more Hoosiers in Northeast Indiana," stated Nathan Feltman, president of Home Health Depot, in a release. "We believe our focus on offering a one-stop shop, full continuum of care to our patients and partner hospitals and nursing homes benefits our patients and our partner health care institutions."
It's been a busy winter for the provider, which in early February acquired Advanced Rehab Technologies in Iowa. The provider is also eyeing opportunities in several other Midwest states.
"We continue to execute on our strategy of becoming the preeminent home medical equipment company in the Midwest," stated David Hartley, CEO, in the release.
Home Health Depot offers a full line of home medical and respiratory equipment, complex rehab, home modifications and retail items.
In 2011, the provider was named to the Inc. 5000 list as the 736th fastest growing company in America.