ATF Medical Promotes Rick Wyche to Executive Director of Sales, Marketing & Business Development
ATF Medical, which provides comprehensive medical equipment and adaptive housing solutions to the workers' compensation industry, has promoted Rick Wyche to Executive Director of Sales, Marketing and Business Development.
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A member of the company's senior leadership team, Wyche sets business development strategy and oversees the company's marketing and account management teams.
Wyche joined ATF Medical in 2008 as an intern and grew professionally along with the company, according to CEO Sid Glover. Most recently he was Director of Business Development.
"Rick's compassion and curiosity led to in-depth knowledge of the industry, particularly the sophisticated power chairs that so many injured workers rely on," Glover said. "Over the years, he has worked in just about every area of the company and helped hundreds of people learn how to use their equipment while also managing marketing responsibilities."
Wyche, who earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, holds the Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) and Certified Environmental Access Consultant (CEAC) credentials.
About ATF Medical
Headquartered in Newnan, Georgia, ATF Medical provides outcomes-driven and comprehensive medical equipment, supplies, and adaptive housing solutions for complex workers' compensation claims throughout the United States. ATF Medical educates injured employees, and stays involved for the life of the claim, maintaining and servicing equipment, and monitoring the injured employee's progress. Clients include workers' compensation ancillary service providers, carriers, employers, and other payers. For more information, visit www.atfmedical.com or call 877-880-4283.
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