Central medical supply strengthens in the northeast

FLANDERS, NJ – Central Medical Supply, a portfolio company of Osceola Capital, has acquired three palliative care and home care equipment management companies: Helping Hands Medical Equipment, the palliative care assets of Consolidated Medical Surgical Supply and PPD Homecare.

  • Helping Hands, an Allentown, Pennsylvania-based provider of EMR management solutions for hospice agencies founded by Marty Falk, is further expanding Central Medical’s presence in eastern and central Pennsylvania.
  • Consolidated Medical Surgical Supply, a New Windsor, NY-based provider of EMR management solutions for palliative care agencies founded by Doug Crana, further expands Central Medical’s presence in upstate New York and Connecticut.
  • PPD Homecare, a Mantua, NJ-based provider of respiratory equipment and services founded by Guy Prasalowicz, is expanding Central Medical’s service offerings and strengthening its presence in New Jersey.

“We have known the founders and teams of Helping Hands, Consolidated Medical and PPD Homecare for a long time, and we are delighted to welcome them to the Central Medical family,” said Joe Sacco, founder and CEO of Central Medical. about our palliative care partners and their patients, and these three activities fit perfectly with our culture and our vision for growth. These acquisitions further position Central Medical as the premier provider of palliative care equipment management solutions in the Northeast, and we look forward to expanding our footprint organically and through acquisitions.”

Central Medical is a provider of outsourced equipment management solutions for the palliative care industry. Its product offering includes hospital beds, wheelchairs, mobility equipment, respiratory equipment, oxygen supplies, bariatric products, orthotics and advanced wound care products.

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