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Rehab Medical opens fifth location in Florida

July 13, 2021HME News Staff

INDIANAPOLIS – Rehab Medical has opened a new office in Tampa, Fla., the next step in the company’s plans to expand its mobility services along the U.S. coastline. Rehab Medical opened its first location on the coast in Pensacola, Fla., nearly 10 years ago and has since opened locations in Winter Haven, Tallahassee, Orlando and now Tampa. “We are excited to open the Tampa office as part of Rehab Medical’s continued growth plan,” said Paul Martin, regional sales...

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Rehab Medical CFO

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Rehab Medical names new CFO

June 28, 2021HME News Staff

INDIANAPOLIS – Rehab Medical has named Olga Chaikouskaya as its new CFO to oversee its financial operations. Chaikouskaya has more than 20 years of overall financial experience in diverse industries, including manufacturing, retail and nonprofit organizations. She will lead Rehab Medical through a rapid growth stage, during which it has increased revenue 30% in 2018, 2019 and 2020. “This opportunity to positively impact lives, both internally and externally, is something that really resonated...

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Rehab Medical invests in employee growth

June 21, 2021HME News Staff

INDIANAPOLIS – Rehab Medical has appointed Julie Klarich as director of employee development and engagement. She will lead the company’s enrichment initiatives, including the Your Better Self initiative launched in 2020. “Having a great company starts with having great employees,” said Kevin Gearheart, president. “We have invested a lot of time and energy coming up with some great initiatives geared toward employee development and engagement, and now we have someone...

Complex Rehab, Employee Development, Rehab Medical


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In brief: Medline investment, SoClean award, MAC reviews

June 11, 2021HME News Staff

NORTHFIELD, Ill. – Medline Industries has entered into an agreement to receive a majority investment from a group of private equity firms, including Blackstone, Carlyle Group and Hellman & Friedman, worth a reported $30-plus billion.  Medline, which generated revenues of $17.5 billion in 2020, will use the new resources from the partnership to expand its product offerings, accelerate international expansion and continue to make new infrastructure investments to strengthen its global...

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Rehab Medical supports 3,000th ramp build

June 8, 2021HME News Staff

INDIANAPOLIS – Rehab Medical is supporting Servants at Work (SAWs) to raise awareness of the organization’s 3,000th wheelchair ramp build. SAWs, a faith-based nonprofit organization, has been building high-quality, removable and reusable wood ramps for those using wheelchairs, scooters or walkers since 2013. “SAWs is honored to partner with Rehab Medical for this milestone event since they’re one of the largest distributors for customer wheelchairs and our missions are so...

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In brief: Labor shortage, telehealth survey, Belluscura’s listing

June 3, 2021HME News Staff

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Eighty percent of independent pharmacists are having trouble hiring for open positions, according to a new survey from the National Community Pharmacists Association.  What’s more, nearly 90% of survey respondents say they can’t find pharmacy technicians, a critical position.  “This is a major challenge for community pharmacies that are seeing many more patients because of the pandemic,” said NCPA CEO B. Douglas Hoey, pharmacist. “Finding...

Bellascura, National Community Pharmacist Association, NCART, Rehab Medical, Telehealth


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Rehab Medical goes big in Florida

June 3, 2021HME News Staff

INDIANAPOLIS – Rehab Medical is opening a new location in Orlando, Fla., to broaden access to mobility solutions for residents in the community. “As Rehab Medical continues to expand, we are finding that there is a large base of people who are under-served and are welcoming our presence in the market,” said Kevin Gearheart, president. “We have already seen strong demand in Orlando, and we are excited for the impact we can have in the area.” By the end of 2021, Rehab...

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Rehab Medical enters Nashville market

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Rehab Medical enters Nashville market

May 18, 2021HME News Staff

INDIANAPOLIS – Rehab Medical is now offering its products and services in the Nashville area, marking the first time the company has entered a new market without a pre-established presence or an acquisition of an established company. “Our vision is to be the national leader of complex rehab technology and to do that, we must increase the number of states where we have a presence,” said Kevin Gearheart, president. “Tennessee is a logical location for us because it connects...

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Rehab Medical acquires Great Plains Medical

November 13, 2020HME News Staff

INDIANAPOLIS - Rehab Medical has acquired Bixby, Okla.-based Great Plains Medical, a supplier of incontinence supplies through its ADvantage Program. The deal will further Rehab Medical's plans to become a national supplier. Gail Sheets, CEO Of Great Plains Medical who recently retired, approached Rehab Medical, knowing the provider would provide great care to its members. “We are excited as a company to continue to provide the best in class service and medical products to the patients of Great...

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In brief: Lower premiums, NMEDA training, Rehab Medical’s expansion

October 23, 2020HME News Staff

WASHINGTON – Premiums for HealthCare.gov plans are lower for the third consecutive year, according to a new report from CMS.  The average premium for the second lowest silver plan, or benchmark plan, on the federal health care insurance exchanges dropped by 2% for the 2021 coverage year, the report shows.  “Our changes to the regulations and how we have managed the exchanges have proven to be more effective than previous administrations,” said CMS Administrator Seema...

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