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HARTFORD, Conn. - Well-known industry execs ...
HARTFORD, Conn. - Well-known industry execs Paul Bergantino and Tim Burfield have launched Lifeway Mobility, which will provide home accessibility equipment like ramps, lifts and bath safety solutions.
Bergantino, president of Lifeway, has held several high-profile positions, most recently CEO of Numotion.
He also spent five years as CEO of ATG Rehab; Numotion was formed when ATG Rehab and United Seating & Mobility merged in 2013.
Burfield, chairman of Lifeway, has worked side by side with Bergantino, holding the CEO post at ATG Rehab prior to Bergantino, and serving as a director at Numotion.
and I look forward to building another company that will enhance the wellbeing of those who face extraordinary challenges every day from the effects of accidents, illnesses and aging," Burfield stated in a press release.
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ATG Rehab Merges with United Seating & Mobility | Numotion
Paul Bergantino, President and CEO of ATG, will continue in that role for the combined company.
"This is truly exciting news," said Paul Bergantino, President and CEO.
ATG Rehab and United Seating & Mobility Join Forces to Create Numotion | Numotion
"We realized our companies have complementary expertise, talents and systems," said Numotion President and CEO Paul Bergantino, formerly CEO of ATG.
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Paul Bergantino is the CEO of Numotion, the largest complex rehab equipment (CRT) provider in the country.
25 years in the industry, Paul
has been part of tremendous organizational growth, beginning with a small startup that has evolved into a company with more than 2,000 employees serving 100,000 customers per year.
In 1990, Paul founded Connecticut Rehab, Inc., which was acquired by ATG Rehab in 1999.
At ATG, Paul was promoted from president of CT operations to Eastern US president to president of ATG, and, in 2011, to CEO.
Through a combination of organic growth, consolidation and acquisitions, Paul led ATG through a period of rapid growth.
In 2013, ATG merged with United Seating & Mobility, becoming Numotion, with Paul as its CEO.
Paul is a leader in the CRT industry, serving as a member of the NCART executive committee and numerous advisory boards.
He is also the past president of NEMED.
Paul lives in Connecticut with his
wife and 2 children.