Rehab Medical, a complex rehab technology (CRT) company, has expanded its custom mobility solutions to North Carolina after opening its Charlotte office in November. The strategic move, which marks the first in the Tar Heel state, supports nearly 320,000 North Carolinians struggling with mobility limitations. With the move into North Carolina, Rehab Medical now offers its custom advanced mobility solutions in 31 locations across 18 states nationwide.

Leading the office will be Katie Slusarski, a certified assistive technology professional (ATP) who previously served mobility users in Georgia and Indianapolis for the past five years. She is joined by another ATP and seven additional staff members.

This Rehab Medical office is the company’s fourth territory expansion as part of its organic growth program, following new offices in Cleveland, Ohio; Baton Rouge, La.; and Augusta, Ga. This program was developed in early 2022 to help the company expand into more territories seamlessly while providing its employees with better career growth opportunities.

“Our growth program involves rewarding successful individuals with opportunities to advance their career by accepting a managerial role and leading a new office of their choice,” says Vice President of Sales Keith Hawkins. “As a company, we are extremely happy and proud of Katie for accepting this opportunity and helping us to further our mission of improving lives.”

Later this month, the company will be announcing another office opening as part of that organic growth program.

About Rehab Medical

Rehab Medical is a national provider of complex rehab technology (CRT) that strives to improve lives through custom mobility equipment tailored to individuals’ unique conditions. Since the company was founded in 2005, Rehab Medical has helped more than 250,000 people regain their independence. Headquartered in Indianapolis, Ind., Rehab Medical serves more than 22,000 patients per year across 18 states nationwide.

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