Trinity3 moves into DME

Sunday, March 6, 2005

March 7, 2005

IRVINE, Calif. - Trinity3 Corporation announced last week that Jeffrey S. Willmann has joined its board of directors. Simultaneously, Trinity3 Corp. announced the creation of a new Healthcare Development Division and has appointed Willmann as its director.
This marks a major move in the company's strategy to vertically expand in the durable medical equipment (DME), consumer health and orthopedics market.
Shannon Squyres, CEO of Trinity3 Corp. said, "We are embarking on an important new phase in our development with the establishment of our Healthcare Development Division. Jeff will add a new and energetic perspective due to his deep roots and understanding of DME and healthcare. The combination of his experience in the healthcare industry and his many relationships with executives of health care systems, payers and other healthcare information technology companies will enable us to identify opportunities for growth and expansion that would not otherwise have been available to us."
 Willmann brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in the healthcare industry. Currently he serves as acting chief financial officer to LightBridge Hospice, Inc. of San Diego, outside board consultant to Family Choice Health Plan of Michigan, and outside marketing consultant to Sharp Health Plan of San Diego. From 2001 to 2003, Willmann served as vice president and CFO of Sharp Health Plan, San Diego (a subsidiary of Sharp HealthCare) where revenue more than doubled during his tenure.
Trinity3 Corporation acquired Skyline Orthopedics, Inc. in February of 2004, making Skyline a wholly-owned subsidiary of Trinity3 Corp. Skyline, founded in 1994 and located in Newport Beach, California, is engaged in the marketing and distribution of durable medical equipment (DME) and billing systems to hospitals and related institutions, physician groups, and healthcare insurance providers throughout California and Nevada.