Offering a glimpse of personality and motivation, these providers shared a bit of their stories last year for Medtrade Monday’s occasional “I Am the HME Industry” profiles. We’re looking to do this more often in 2020, so if you want to participate, or you know someone who we should be speaking with, let us know. Contact Greg Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (970) 227-1002.
Brad Heath, Family Medical Supply, Dunn, North Carolina
Brad Heath, vice president of Operations and Marketing at Family Medical Supply, Dunn, North Carolina, believes it’s his civic responsibility to get involved in the legislative process and use his expertise to help the HME industry. Click Here
Craig Rae, owner of Penrod Medical Equipment, Salisbury, North Carolina.
Of all the business opportunities available in 2011, analysts were not all that excited about home medical equipment. However, Craig Rae wanted to get off the corporate merry-go-round and lay down some roots. Click Here
Chris Rice, CEO and founder of Diamond Respiratory Care
Rice knows the misery of competitive bidding. The city of Riverside, Calif., where his 23-year-old business still thrives, was part of the original ten areas selected to start the bidding program. Click Here
Jeff Crouch, owner, and Luann Schroder, director of Marketing, Restoring Mobility, New Braunfels, Texas
Restoring Mobility has seen steady growth in recent years, relying primarily on lift chairs, rollators, vehicle lifts, and other cash items. Click Here
Dave Lindsley (pictured above at Medtrade Spring 2019 in Las Vegas), CEO and founder, ZOIA Pharma, Ridgefield, Washington
Families often enter the doors of ZOIA Pharma, Ridgefield, Washington, in a state of shock. In many cases, parents have recently discovered that their child has a rare disease. Click Here