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New staff and facility expansion sees Precision Rehab growth

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Precision Rehab has appointed two new members of staff to what it describes as a growing team.

This comes alongside the opening of new premises within the firm.

Mike Booker has joined as a product specialist covering an area from the north of Birmingham and into Scotland while Zoli Bodnar has been appointed to the role of service manager covering the south of England primarily.

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Prior to joining Precision Rehab, Booker worked for Midshires along with another wheelchair supplier during which time he was employed in several service engineer and assessment roles.

This involved working closely with clients and Occupational Therapists.

Commenting on the appointment, he said: “I am delighted to have joined the Precision Rehab team.  The range of solutions we offer is fantastic and I am looking forward to helping people regain their independence through our comprehensive range of powerchairs.”

Bodnar brings three decades of industry experience to Precision Rehab and prior to joining the team, spent the last two years working for custom seating specialist Contour886.

To accommodate the expansion, the company has also opened a new service office and a warehouse facility in Hampshire and workshop in Stafford.

Discussing the direction of the company, director Matthew James said: “These are exciting times here at Precision Rehab with the launch of several new powerchairs and we are delighted to welcome Mike and Zoli to the team.  They both bring with them a vast range of knowledge and experience which I know will hugely benefit the clients and OT’s we work with on a daily basis.”

He added: “Over the years, we have built a reputation for excellent levels of aftersales service and customer care which is extremely important to us as a business.  These appointments combined with our new facilities opening in Hampshire and Stafford will help ensure we can maintain these standards.”

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