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2019 should make for an interesting 2020

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Friday, December 6, 2019

As I was pulling the most read stories for this year, I was struck by the number of stories with unfinished business.

Drive taps Bob Size as new CEO

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11/19/2019

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare CEO Bob Gilligan has stepped down, the company announced today.

Drive DeVilbiss secures ‘additional runway’

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09/20/2019

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare has agreed in principle to receive $35 million in new capital, together with a reduction in cash debt service obligations from its current lenders.

Drive DeVilbiss ‘empowers’ customers with new website

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06/22/2018

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare is preparing to launch a new, state-of-the-art website this summer, the company announced June 21.

Bariatrics momentum is slowing down

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02/27/2018

For several years now, bariatrics has been a robust growth market for home medical equipment, following the rise in obesity across the U.S.

Drive DeVilbiss scores exclusive

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01/26/2018

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare has become the exclusive distributor of the Uccello Kettle in the United States and Canada, the company announced Jan. 26.

Cutting overhead drives innovation in oxygen market

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12/29/2017

Oxygen technology continues to make strides, from remote monitoring connectivity to product engineering that bolsters efficiency, durability and longevity.

Gilligan replaces Diamond as Drive CEO

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12/05/2017

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare has named Bob Gilligan, former CEO of GE Industrial Solutions, as its new CEO. Gilligan replaces Harvey Diamond, who has assumed the role of vice chairman.

Drive DeVilbiss steps up support for AAH

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06/14/2017

WASHINGTON – Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare has become a platinum level partner of AAHomecare, the highest corporate category.

People: Joe Lewarski

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04/07/2017

Joseph Lewarski, vice president of Global Respiratory and Sleep for Drive DeVilbiss, will speak at the American Association for Respiratory Care’s 70th Anniversary Conference at the Dittrick Museum of Medical History April 22.

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