StateServ Medical Now Servicing Tidewell Hospice in Western Florida

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Tidewell Hospice awards StateServ Medical a Durable Medical Equipment contract to service its 1,200 patients in Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte and Desoto counties in Florida.

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Paul DiCosmo, CEO of StateServ indicated "The addition of Tidewell expands StateServ's footprint in the Florida market to three distribution centers affording our partners in the region with additional access to The StateServ Advantage".

Tidewell Hospice recently selected StateServ Medical to provide Durable Medical Equipment (DME) to its patients in the State of Florida. StateServ is providing DME services through a new distribution center in Venice, FL to reach Tidewell’s hospice locations.

Tidewell was founded in 1980 and is a not-for-profit agency serving patients and families living with advanced illness in Florida’s Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte and DeSoto Counties. They focus on providing quality care to their patients facing the end of life.

Paul DiCosmo, CEO of StateServ indicated “We are delighted to provide Tidewell Hospice with their Home Medical Equipment Technology and Services. The addition of Tidewell expands StateServ’s footprint in the Florida market to three distribution centers affording our partners in the region with additional access to The StateServ Advantage. I want to thank Tidewell for allowing StateServ the opportunity to serve its patients, and for a great partnership in the making.”

About The StateServ Companies
StateServ is the nation’s leading Durable Medical Equipment (DME) and Management Services provider for the Hospice Care industry. Celebrating its 10 year anniversary, StateServ provides services throughout the United States from its multiple Brick and Mortar operations as well as through a network of hospice- focused DME providers. The firm offers creative technology solutions to customers that reduce costs and increase quality of care.

About Tidewell Hospice
Tidewell is one of the largest not-for-profit hospices in Florida, serving more than 1,200 patients daily in Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte and DeSoto counties. They provide home-based palliative care involving the support of physicians, registered nurses, social service counselors, certified nursing assistants and volunteers, all following a prescribed plan of care.

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