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Graham-Field unites facilities


ATLANTA – GF Health Products is in the process of building a new global headquarters.

Governor recognizes GF Health Products for export excellence


ATLANTA – Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, in conjunction with the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD), recently presented Graham-Field with the Georgia Launching Opportunities by Exporting (GLOBE) Award.

GF builds community

Company repositions itself as resource to providers

ATLANTA – As competitive bidding drives HME providers to look for new markets, GF Health Products wants to be their connector.

GF Health partners with Mercy Ships


ATLANTA – GF Health Products has agreed to donate medical equipment to Mercy Ships, a volunteer-based international charity that delivers free health care to Africa and other medically underserved nations.

In brief: NSM up for sale, provider blames cuts for closures


NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Wellspring Capital Management is shopping for a buyer for National Seating & Mobility, according to news reports last week.

GF hits refresh on Basic American


ATLANTA – GF Health Products has launched a new brand identity for its Basic American Products. The rebrand includes a new logo, and updated marketing materials and educational resources.

In brief: Apria gives enterals another shot, HME providers make their case to SBA


LAKE FOREST, Calif. – Apria Healthcare has stepped back into the home enterals market with the launch of Refresh, its new support program.

People news: Vantage Home Medical Equipment, GF


Meadville, Pa.-based Vantage has appointed Melody Sidor vice president of Vantage Home Medical Equipment and Oxygen. She brings 25 years of experience in health care to the role.

GF honored for manufacturing in US


ATLANTA – GF Health Products has received a flag that was flown over the U.S. Capitol Building in recognition of its efforts to manufacture products in the U.S.

In brief: GAO rejects protest, Hoveround lays off 20


NEW YORK – The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has denied Rotech’s protest that the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) unreasonably ignored recent, relevant information when it decided Rotech wasn’t financially fit to win contracts to supply veterans with home oxygen equipment, Law360 reports.