ABC Medical is rewriting the book in regards to supporting and serving our Wounded Warriors and fellow disabled American's by empowering them to "Adapt. Believe. Compete." via free cutting edge programs that focus on education, athletic participation, maximization of benefits, various public assistance programs, and generous financial support programs.
EXTON, PA – 12/03/2012 - To those living with spinal cord injuries (SCI), a neurogenic bladder, multiple sclerosis (MS), Spina Bifida, a bladder outlet obstruction, or a returning wounded warrior who is attempting to get accustomed to their new normal, ABC Medical is the "different" kind of trusted resource that you've been looking for.
According to Keith Jones, Chairman and CEO, "We are igniting a powerful and rewarding new patient oriented model that encourages patients to benefit from our one-of-a kind patient centered solution. We are charting a course that will revolutionize how Urological and all DME patients can improve their lives and health far beyond anything anyone else has ever thought possible."
This is an extraordinary program that focuses on doing the right thing, not necessarily the most profitable thing, so that ABC Medical can help those that may need it most. ABC's comprehensive patient outreach program helps optimize the patient experience by ensuring its patients have the coverage they need and qualify for, putting patients above profits by providing supplies that patients and their physicians desire, a wellness and education program designed to improve outcomes, 24/7 access to nurses and Certified Patient Advocates, significant resources and tools to promote the expansion of and participation in Adaptive Sports programs, and nationwide part-time and full- time employment opportunities.
"This is truly a one of a kind, feel good business model that is steadfastly committed to ensuring that disabled Americans live healthier, more active lives." As a disabled Ex-Marine, Michael Breslin, ABC's COO, knows well that numerous gaps in care and support remain for our wounded warriors. "We need to close these gaps, open our hearts, and focus on helping those who need it most. ABC's products, services, employment opportunities, and commitment to Adaptive Sports are specifically geared to deliver on our mission statement which can simply be summarized as to do well by doing good. Jones goes on to say, "We are different in our entire approach. We subscribe to the philosophy that you achieve success only after you help other people achieve success. Far too often, companies in our industry miss the boat on this because they are focusing their energies on profit margins."
One example of this is ABC Medical's nationwide employment opportunity that provides part-time and full-time positions to those that have a burning desire to succeed, regardless of physical abilities. Andy Junikiewicz, VP of Finance and Administration, says "Our employment opportunity is another way of putting our money where our heart is. By empowering Americans to join our mission, we are creating financial win-win situations for everyone involved; our patients, our health care providers, our communities and our employees."
Another example of ABC's commitment to serving its community is ABC's ongoing sponsorship of the NWBA (National Wheelchair Basketball Association)
Visit ABC's website at http://www.abc-