The Ivy Rehab Network (Ivy) continues its strategic growth throughout the second half of 2020, opening seven new physical and occupational therapy clinics in recent weeks despite the challenging landscape caused by COVID-19, it reports.

“Everyone at Ivy has worked exceptionally hard throughout these difficult times, and our new clinics are a testament to those efforts.

“We are proud to be able to expand our services into additional communities across the country, and we are honored by our amazing teammates, who have risen to every challenge along the way.”

— Troy Bage, COO for Ivy

New Openings

In the Midwest, Ivy Rehab clinics have opened in both Reed City and Howell, Mich. The first Ivy Rehab for Kids clinic in Indiana has also recently opened in Kokomo. In the Northeast, Ivy Rehab has opened a clinic in Gillette, NJ, as well as an Ivy Rehab HSS Physical Therapy Center of Excellence in Guilford, Conn.

Additionally, two of Ivy Rehab’s partners, Progress Physical Therapy and Southeastern Physical Therapy, have also opened new clinics in recent weeks. Progress Physical Therapy’s newest facility is located in Upper Darby, Pa, and Southeastern Physical Therapy’s clinic is in Suffolk, Va.

“The new clinics that we have recently opened serve to further strengthen our enterprise and the access to best in class care and service for patients across our geographic footprints.  We are also excited to expand the professional growth opportunities for our best and brightest clinicians to open a new clinic in their home communities.

“We look forward to continued growth as we close out the year and anticipate continued market-leading growth going into 2021.”

— Jeremy VanDevender, Ivy’s Chief Development Officer

[Source(s): Ivy Rehab Network, PR Newswire]

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