ReMed and Learning Services have merged to form one incredible continuum of care for persons with neurologic injury in 10 states, with an eye to future expansion.
Since 1984, ReMed, one of BIALA’s top annual conference sponsors, has been the premier provider of brain injury services in the Mid-Atlantic region, with headquarters in the Philadelphia area. In 2018, ReMed acquired Neurological Rehabilitation Living Centers in Covington, LA, expanding its footprint beyond the Mid-Atlantic region.
ReMed says the merger with Learning Services will bring best practices of both organizations to form a larger and stronger continuum of care for individuals seeking brain injury rehabilitation.
For now, it will be operations as usual at both companies, with David Barrass, ExecutiveChairman and CEO of ReMed, maintaining this role for the merged companies. Shannon Swick, Chief Development Officer of Learning Services is promoted to CDO for both companies. Dr. Debra Braunling-McMorrow has chosen to retire from her position as CEO of Learning Services, but will remain as a consultant. All program level leadership will remain the same.
ReMed says it will announce developments as the company continues to evolve.