ATG Rehab On a Roll
ROCKY HILL, Conn. — ATG Rehab announced yesterday it has acquired the complex rehab segment of Warwick, R.I.-based Vanguard Home Medical Equipment, a subsidiary of Landauer Metropolitan, and Peak Wheelchairs of Colorado with offices in Lafayette (Denver) and Windsor.
"ATG Rehab looks forward to building upon the complex rehabilitation services that Vanguard has provided during the past 15 years to more than 20 hospitals and rehab facilities in Rhode Island, including Hasbro Children's Center Hospital, Southern New England Rehabilitation Center, Meeting Street Center, and the Trudeau Center to name a few," said ATG Rehab Northeast Regional President Frank Biondello in a release.
With the Vanguard acquisition, ATG now serves over 2,000 hospitals, rehab facilities and clinicians and more than 35,000 clients in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island. The addition of Peak Wheelchairs in Colorado means the company now services more than 5,000 people across that state.
In October, ATG added four branches in Oklahoma City, Okla.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; and Lynnwood (Seattle) and Tacoma, Wash.
In January, the company announced a majority investment by Boston-based Audax Private Equity. At the time, said ATG Rehab CEO Paul Bergantino, "Our plan is to continue to lead consolidation efforts within the industry, expanding both our physical presence and focus on providing excellent service and support to our customers."
A subsidiary of Assistive Technology Group, the company has 27 locations in 19 states.