Numotion Acquires Wheeler’s Medical Supply
Move adds additional resources and expertise to Numotion's medical supplies business, which offers catheters, incontinence, ostomy, and advanced wound care products.
National complex rehab mobility provider Numotion has acquired Wheeler’s Medical Supply, a provider of intermittent catheters and incontinence supplies based in Jacksonville, Florida with a presence in Georgia.
This move expands Numotion’s medical supplies business, which provides solutions to meet its customers’ mobility and lifestyle need and empower them to actively participate in everyday life, according to Numotion CEO Mike Swinford.
“Wheeler’s has a track record of exceptional customer service and our goals in serving customers align in a way that makes this acquisition a natural step on our path to serving the needs of more customers,” he said.
“The culture at Numotion is clearly one of caring for customers, and I wanted to not only partner with a company that shared my philosophy, but join my business with a family of experts who can support a wide range of independence needs,” said Wheeler’s founder Donald Moran III. “My whole premise in starting Wheeler’s was to make sure that nobody goes without supplies. Numotion shares a similar view and brings a broader portfolio of products and services. Our customers can expect the same level of dedication we have always provided, but now with the strength and size of Numotion behind them.”
Wheeler’s Jacksonville location will be Numotion’s sixth branch in Florida and brings additional resources and expertise to the company’s medical supplies business, which offers catheters, incontinence, ostomy, and advanced wound care products, and is in-network with over 2,000 health plans, Medicare and Medicaid.