New DMERT Group Website Unveiled

Published in Complex Rehab on November 16, 2021

The DMERT Group, a non-profit certification body tasked with setting the benchmarking for durable medical equipment and complex rehab repair training standards through industry collaboration, is excited to unveil their newly redesigned website.

Whether it be to find technician training and education, completing the three levels of certification, or to learn more about the DMERT Group, this newly-designed website offers a fresh look and a better user experience, making it easier to find the information you may be looking for.

“We are excited about the fresh look this new website provides,” said Greg Packer, president of U.S. Rehab and chair of the DMERT Group Board of Directors. “We believe that this redesigned website will make it much easier for technicians, providers, manufacturers, and other industry professionals to find the information they need about the DMERT Group.”

The DMERT Group engages an array of industry members to ensure a comprehensive certification program and encourages participation industry-wide. Industry members may participate via board or committee. The DMERT Group Board of Directors ensures the continued focus of our mission by establishing and upholding standards. The Board of Directors includes Greg Packer, chair of the Board; Dan Fedor, Vice Chair of the Board; Matthew Macpherson, ATP, L3I, Executive Director; Don Clayback; Julie Piriano, PT, ATP/SMS; Mark Schmeler, PHD, OTR/L, ATP; Steve Cranna; and Tyler Mahncke.

To learn more and to check out the new website, visit www.dmertgroup.com.


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