ATG Rehab, an equipment provider of wheelchairs and mobility equipment, has acquired Baltimore-based Chesapeake Rehab Equipment.
Chesapeake Rehab is a provider of assistive technology equipment and services with 13 branches in six Mid-Atlantic states.
ATG Rehab will establish offices in the cities and states served by Chesapeake – Baltimore, Cumberland and Salisbury, Md; Newark, Del; Pittsburgh, Harrisburg and Philadelphia, Pa; Charlotte, Raleigh, Fayetteville and Wilmington, NC; Murrell’s Inlet, SC; and Roanoke and Richmond, Va.
Assistive Technology Professionals (ATPs) in each of Chesapeake’s current offices will continue to work at those locations and caring for customers within ATG Rehab’s new Mid-Atlantic region, which serves more than 35 hospitals and rehabilitation facilities.
The professionals will be able to draw upon the expertise of ATPs in ATG’s coast-to-coast offices, from Seattle to Atlanta and San Diego to Boston, to enhance how they provide equipment and support to local customers.
ATG vice president David Law said clinicians and clients in the area will see the same familiar faces and team of ATPs they have come to trust and rely upon, but those ATPs will now be equipped with the advanced technology in the industry, accelerating their delivery of complex rehab equipment.