CHULA VISTA, Calif., Dec. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MedEx Inc. (OTC Pinksheets: MDXX) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement for MedEx Inc. to provide ATP (Assistive Technology Professionals) services to PSP Medical Rentals and Supplies located in Whittier, CA.
ATPs (Assistive Technology Professionals) are recognized for their professional services to provide client specific Rehabilitation Equipment to handicapped individuals, which includes custom fitted power and manual wheelchairs and other devices to improve their customers' independence and mobility.
The agreement provides increased revenue potential for both companies and will greatly improve the position of both entities to increase business throughout Greater Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Riverside counties (known as the Inland Empire). The agreement meets the requirements of Medicare guidelines and opens the door for contracting with other Healthcare Management Groups.
MedEx President and CEO, Paul Protzman commented, "We are pleased to move forward with PSP Medical on this latest initiative, which has the potential for both companies to substantially increase revenues and penetration in this regional market."
About MedEx Inc.
MedEx, Inc. is a publicly traded; California based medical support and services Company. It distributes quality Medicare – Accredited medical equipment and supplies to consumers, medical professionals and insurance carriers. The company's vision is to be a pre-eminent medical and equipment supply Company by providing products for people with disabilities, recovering from surgery, in rehabilitation facilities, nursing homes, assisted living centers and the elderly. For additional information please visit the company's website at http://www.21stsynergymedical.com/
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