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U.S. Rehab’s Greg Packer to retire

U.S. Rehab’s Greg Packer to retire

Greg PackerWATERLOO, Iowa – Greg Packer, president of U.S. Rehab, a division of VGM & Associates, will retire at the end of 2023. 

Packer will maintain his relationship with VGM on a consulting basis through at least 2024 and will maintain his position as the current president of NCART. 

"We are deeply grateful for Greg's years of service, unwavering commitment, and exceptional contributions to U.S. Rehab," said Jeremy Stolz, president, VGM & Associates and VGM Fulfillment. "His expertise, leadership and dedication have left an indelible mark on the complex rehab industry. While his departure is a significant milestone for us, we wish Greg a well-deserved and fulfilling retirement." 

Tyler Mahncke, current vice president of U.S. Rehab, will lead the organization starting Jan. 1, 2024. 

Packer joined VGM in 2009 and has been an integral part of U.S. Rehab, contributing significantly to the growth and success of the complex rehab industry. His commitment to serving the various needs of CRT providers in the community was reflected through the many projects, services and tools he spearheaded during his tenure at U.S. Rehab, including the development of the Functional Mobility Assessment (FMA) outcomes program. 

Additionally, Packer has served on various industry boards and attended countless industry events, legislative meetings and more to advocate on behalf of the complex rehab industry and end users. Packer came to U.S. Rehab and VGM with a background in sales management for Pride Mobility Products Corp. and Biocore Medical Technologies, Inc., providing him with an understanding of both the sales and product areas of rehabilitation technology. 


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