Marshall Mobility Plus Is Acquired by ATG Rehab

ATG Rehab has added Texas-based Marshall Mobility Plus to its portfolio.

In a Nov. 1 announcement, ATG described Marshall Mobility Plus as working with 30 clinical facilities and serving more than 300 clients in Texas's Rio Grande Valley.

Marshall Mobility Plus joins ATG's South Central Region of offices, led by Region President James Hartman. Based in the city of McAllen, the new ATG office will serve clients in several major valley cities: Harlingen, Brownsville, South Padre Island, Laredo and Corpus Christi.

As part of the agreement, Marshall Mobility Plus's employees - including two ATPs, two rehab technicians preparing to sit the ATP exam, and seven support staff - have become part of ATG Rehab.

"ATG Rehab is excited to further expand our business in the great state of Texas, offering our technologically advanced systems, faster delivery times and superior communication tools to the clients and clinicians of this region," Hartman said. "With the addition of Marshall Mobility Plus in South Texas, ATG Rehab now offers 18 RESNA-credentialed ATPs in nine service areas throughout the state who focus on localized service and great clinical outcomes."

ATG currently has 60 offices in 30 states.

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Laurie Watanabe is the editor of Mobility Management. She can be reached at lwatanabe@1105media.com.

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