Southern Home Medical Equipment Appoints Jerry Overcash to the Board of Directors

Jerry Brings 30 Years Of Experience In Developing And Expanding Technology And Human Capital Related Businesses

Mar 22, 2011, 08:30 ET from Southern Home Medical Equipment, Inc.

LYMAN, S.C., March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Southern Home Medical Equipment, Inc. (Pink Sheets: SHOM), a Holding Company providing healthcare services, healthcare professionals and equipment to medical institutions, today announced that Jerry W. Overcash has been appointed to the company's Board of Directors.  

"This is an exciting time for Southern Home Medical Equipment," said Jeff Sarvis, CEO.  "While we continue to focus on improving operating results from the existing business, we believe that there are additional opportunities for growth in today's market.  We are thrilled to have someone with Jerry's experience.  His expertise in the diversification and expansion of companies from start-ups to pre- and post-IPO environments will help to capitalize on those opportunities."

Jerry Overcash brings over 30 years of experience starting, developing and expanding technology and human capital related businesses.  His focus has been to help companies create value for their clients and shareholders.  Mr. Overcash has held sales, marketing and executive management positions in a number of technology companies focused on supply chain, corporate compliance and human capital management.  This includes tenures at Manugistics, Elogex and Arzoon from the supply chain industry and Peopleclick and Intercede in the human capital and risk management arena.  He is currently President and CEO of Intercede, a privately held risk management and concern reporting solutions vendor with a global fortune 500-client base.

"The hard work and dedication of Jeff and his team have created a strong foundation for Southern Home Medical Equipment.  Throughout my career, I've participated in the emergence of companies through two successful public offerings, mergers and acquisitions.  I am looking forward to working with Jeff to help Southern Home Medical Equipment realize its full potential," noted Mr. Overcash.

About Southern Home Medical Equipment, Inc.

Southern Home Medical Equipment, Inc. is a Holding Company with a focus on servicing the needs of the Healthcare Industry. The Company has quality health care professionals to support hospitals, rehab centers, nursing homes and other medical facilities providing RNs, LPNs, CNAs, RTs, Billing Specialists, Customer Service Specialists, Delivery Techs and Marketing Reps. With contractual agreements with partner businesses in Charleston, Columbia, Greenville, Florence and Lake Hartwell, South Carolina; Nashville, Tennessee; Baltimore, Maryland; Dunwoody, Georgia; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Southern Home Medical is leveraging the success of these business models to expand sales opportunities in these areas with health, medical and equipment needs.

Forward-Looking Statements

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