News & Events

ReMed’s May of 2017 CARF Survey Report included Leadership as an area of EXEMPLARY CONFORMANCE. 


CARF stated that the “leadership at ReMed guides direction of the organization in a manner that is noteworthy for its outstanding service effectiveness.  In 2016, the organization, worked with an outside consultant to formalize The ReMedian Way and develop its 31 Fundamentals, supporting ReMed’s culture and ethical behaviors to capture the foundation for its unique culture.  The ReMedian Way is a code of behavior formalized by the organization recently for all staff members and it is a way of engagement to ensure a healthy culture, staff accountability, and keeping ReMed true to its mission.  All of the therapeutic staff members have a code of conduct that is evident throughout the organization in all programs and locations. Every Sunday night the CEO sends the “fundamental of the week”out by e-mail to all staff.  On Wednesday, the staff gets an e-mail lesson with a multiple choice answer that relates to the fundamental of the week.  Evert meeting begins with the fundamental of the week to allow staff member to share their thoughts and ideas about what it means to them.  The reults have been positive.  The staff members are reported to hold each other accountable to the Fundamental, they discuss with each other in the halls and in meetings and in their daily interactions with each other, clients and other stakeholders. The ReMedian Way is shared with the public on the ReMed website.  It elevates people to common a culture and accountability and gives them another connection (quite personal) to the leadership and the CEO, which provides the foundation and framework for the culture at ReMed.”

We are very proud of our Exemplary Conformance designation on an area of ReMed that truly reflects the deep rooted culture of our organization!

May 25th, 2017|

ReMed awarded three-year CARF accreditation



A CARF  Three-Year Accreditation was awarded to ReMed for the following programs and services:

• Home- and Community Services: Brain Injury Specialty Program (Adults)

• Interdisciplinary Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation Programs: Brain Injury Programs (Adults)

• Residential Rehabilitation Programs: Brain Injury Program (Adults)

• Single Discipline Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation Programs: Brain Injury Specialty Program (Adults)

• Vocational Services: Brain Injury Specialty Program (Adults)

ReMed’s latest survey report stated that “the mission and values of the organization are exemplified in the delivery of services. The leadership is commended for the vision of creating programs primarily for the brain injury specialized population” and “all members of the organization demonstrate a commitment and culture of service excellence with a focus on function.”

An organization receiving a Three-Year Accreditation has put itself through a rigorous peer review process and has demonstrated to a team of surveyors during an on-site visit that its programs and services are of the highest quality, measurable, and

CARF is an independent, nonprofit accrediting body whose mission is to promote the quality, value, and optimal outcomes of services through a consultative accreditation process that centers on enhancing the lives of the persons served. Founded in 1966 as the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, and now known as CARF, the accrediting body establishes consumer-focused standards to help organizations measure and improve the quality of their programs and services.

May 10th, 2017|

ReMed Launches Residential and Outpatient Clinic Services in Maryland


ReMed is pleased to announce the opening of our Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Supported Living Services in Silver Spring, Maryland and our Outpatient Clinic in Columbia, Maryland.  Opening these sites will provide residential and outpatient services for individuals with brain injuries and add value to the home and community services already being provided by ReMed in that area.


ReMed of Maryland, Director, Diane Triplett says, “I am thrilled to have a seasoned team to support our commitment to the people we serve, the community and our stakeholders and am looking forward providing services in a market where ReMed has enjoyed a long standing reputation for clinical excellence.”


“ReMed is pleased to be providing services in a market that has long referred to our programs in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh areas,” said ReMed CEO Joanne Finegan. “We are fortunate to have hired a team of experienced professionals who embrace the core values of ReMed and possess the clinical knowledge and expertise that sets ReMed apart and ensures dedication to the individuals we serve.”


Since 1984, ReMed has provided brain injury rehabilitation and supported living services in residential settings, as well as outpatient, home and community environments.  ReMed’s administrative offices are located in Paoli, PA.  ReMed has consecutively been awarded three year accreditations from The Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) since 1990. This requires a rigorous peer review process and demonstrates that its programs and services are measurable, accountable and of the highest quality.

April 21st, 2017|

Michael H. Marino, MD Appointed Medical Director for ReMed

Michael H. Marino, MD has been appointed Medical Director of ReMed’s Philadelphia area programs.  Dr. Marino, who has been an attending physician at the Drucker Brain Injury Center of Moss Rehab since 2012, will be responsible for coordinating medical efforts on behalf of ReMed clients in the Philadelphia area and will be a liaison with other physicians and practitioners who might be involved in the care and treatment of the individuals that ReMed serves.


Dr. Marino brings a deep understanding of the special needs presented by individuals who have sustained brain injury, with special appreciation in the areas of complex issues and wide ranging needs of individuals with the diagnoses of concussion and brain injury, including anoxia.


Dr. Marino said, “I welcome the opportunity to continue the impressive work that has been done by ReMed and Dr. Keith Robinson. Strengthening ties between Moss Rehab and ReMed is a natural move. Both organizations prioritize patients’ needs, value their staff members and understand that a team-oriented approach with high levels of communication will produce the best outcomes. My goal is to continue to provide high quality care for individuals with brain injuries while strengthening our research endeavors for community based rehabilitation.”


“Dr. Marino’s wide range of skills coupled with his mission of putting those that we serve first, make him an ideal fit for the unique culture of ReMed and ReMed’s focus on doing what’s best for the individual every day,”  said Mary Pat Murphy, Vice President of Clinical Services.  “I believe he is a natural fit for continuing the work that Dr. Robinson has done for ReMed over the past 20 years.”


Dr. Marino received his medical degree from Temple University, School of Medicine in Philadelphia and served his Internship and Residency at Drexel University School of Medicine and Temple University/Moss Rehab. He is Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Brain Injury Medicine. He has presented and published papers on numerous topics relating to brain injury and disease and is well recognized in the Philadelphia area as an expert in PM&R, especially in areas associated with Traumatic Brain Injury.

January 18th, 2017|

The Miracle of Dylan’s Brain

How One Brain Came Back From Unconsciousness … great story from New York Magazine!

(This article appears in the June 8, 2015 issue of New York Magazine) 



September 21st, 2016|

Two ReMedians Hit their 30 Year Anniversary!

VE and SMW

Two ReMedians hit the milestone of 30 years recently.  Vicki Eicher, Director of Quality Management and Training and Susan Martin White, Physical Therapist at ReMed’s Community Outpatient Services in the Philadelphia area.  Vicki and Susan have worn many hats at ReMed through the years and continue to live by the mission that was created by ReMed’s founding partners many years ago.  Thank you for your years of service and dedication to the people we serve.  Pictured above, Vicki (left) and Susan (center) are congratulated by ReMed’s President, Joanne Finegan (right).

August 26th, 2016|

Joanne Finegan and Katie McKenzie Honored by the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania

Joanne Finegan and Katie McKenzie were recently honored by the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania … read more here.

August 25th, 2016|

Report from the National Outcome Info Database

Check out this article, Report from the National Outcome Info Database which was published in the July issue of the Journal of Neurotrauma.  In addition to results indicating that intensive residential and outpatient/community-based PIBR programs result in substantial positive functional changes, the authors recognize Vicki Eicher and Mary Pat Murphy of ReMed  for “their unflagging efforts and support in developing and sustaining the large national collaborative outcome database that provided the data analyzed in this study.”


July 14th, 2016|

Dave Turgeon to Lead Corporate Development

Dave Turgeon has been appointed to the newly created position of Vice President of Corporate Development, Mergers & Acquisitions at ReMed.  Dave will be working with ReMed’s leadership team to develop and execute its growth strategy.  For almost twenty years Dave has held similar positions within the human services and environmental industries.

“Dave brings an exceptionally strong record and proven experience in acquisitions, finance and operations. He has a proven track record in leading acquisition efforts and investments which build large, defensible market positions with strong cash flow,” commented Joanne Finegan, President of ReMed and CEO of U.S. Community Behavioral.  “Dave’s proven track record will be an asset to ReMed’s mission and long and short term strategy.”

March 30th, 2016|

Four ReMed Employees Reach 20 Years of Service Milestone

Bob Borden, Overnight Brain Injury Specialist, Christine Hayden, Director of Provider Relations, Chris Schaub, Behavior Analyst and Linda Wall, Vocational Support Specialist were recently recognized for reaching their 20th Anniversary of service with ReMed.


Each were awarded the traditional ReMed Cube recognizing 20 years of service.  Keeping with tradition, co-workers are asked to submit words that describe their co-worker.  These words are narrowed down to the three most accurate and placed on the cube.  Bob Borden’s cube described him as “trustworthy, conscientious, compassionate”; Christine Hayden’s described her as “diplomatic, inspiring, fashionista”; Chris Schaub’s described him as “principled, loquacious, knowledgeable” and Linda Wall’s described her as “passionate, creative, dependable”.


As an organization, ReMed is well known for staff satisfaction and as a place for people to grow in their field. “Recognizing staff for length of service is always a huge source of pride for me as our goal is to provide a supportive and educational environment in which our employees are able to do their jobs,” commented ReMed’s President Joanne Finegan. “I love seeing how individuals are described by their co-workers and their reaction when they get their cube is usually priceless.”  Finegan began her career with ReMed over 25 years ago as an evening shift Recreation Therapist.


Congratulations to these dedicated and loyal employees for 20 Years of Service!!

January 21st, 2016|