Honorable Warren Kampf Recognizes ReMed for 30 Years

Paoli PA — September 4, 2014 — The Honorable Warren Kampf on behalf of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania House of Representatives, presented ReMed’s President, Joanne Finegan, with a Citation honoring ReMed’s 30th Anniversary today. The Citation recognizes ReMed for contributing to the “benefit of their communities and ultimately to all of the citizens of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.”

Finegan commented, “It is such an honor to be recognized for the time we’ve been providing services to people with brain injuries, but also for benefitting our communities during that time.”

ReMed is a for-profit organization providing brain injury treatment and supported living with programs located in the greater Philadelphia and Pittsburgh areas. ReMed’s administrative offices are located in Paoli, PA. It has been providing rehabilitation and supported living services in the since 1984.

James Richter to Head Business Development

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August 25, 2014 – Paoli, PA – James (Jamie) Richter has been appointed to the newly created position of Vice President of Business Development at ReMed. Since graduating from The Wharton School in 1995, Jamie has held senior level positions within healthcare organizations ranging from start up to Fortune 500 companies.

In 2013, ReMed announced a strategic partnership with Bregal Partners, a private equity firm, in order to continue growth and expansion of services for individuals with brain injuries. ReMed has become a standard of care for post acute brain injury treatment. Jamie’s expertise will be critical in this growth process, particularly since he is committed to aligning himself with organizations that retain a standard of excellence that will not be compromised on.

“We are very excited to have Jamie on board,” comments Joanne Finegan, ReMed’s President. “His experience in high quality healthcare organizations will support ReMed’s mission and vision. He will be a valuable asset to ReMed.”

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 been consecutively been awarded three year accreditation from The Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). This requires a rigorous peer review process and demonstrates that its programs and services are measurable, accountable and of the highest quality.

Georgi Dodd Appointed to Position of Director of National Accounts

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March 31, 2014 – Paoli, PA – Georgi Dodd has been appointed to the newly created position of Director of National Accounts for ReMed. For over 15 years, Georgi has been a Senior Marketing Representative for ReMed. In her tenure with ReMed she has covered an extensive geography which has included New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. In addition to those territories she has successfully managed several of ReMed’s major accounts and represents ReMed at a number of national conferences. Georgi holds board positions on the Brain Injury Association of New Jersey, the New Jersey Claims Association, the New Jersey chapter of the Case Management Society of America and is a member of the Central Jersey Claims Association, the South Jersey Claims Association, and the Danville chapter of the Case Management Society of America.

“Georgi’s experience at ReMed, coupled with her extensive knowledge of healthcare marketing, insurance and funding systems, create a perfect fit for managing ReMed’s National Account base,” ReMed’s President, Joanne Finegan.

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 been consecutively been awarded three year accreditation from The Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). This requires a rigorous peer review process and demonstrates that its programs and services are measurable, accountable and of the highest quality.