Hurricane Irma Update

OWINGS MILLS, Md.–(UPDATE: September 18, 2017)– Restore Rehabilitation’s Florida and Georgia teams are fully operational with some limitations due to power and cable outages. (Original Post: September 11, 2017)– Restore Rehabilitation’s Florida and Georgia teams are operational with significant limitations due to power outages. Currently, we have contact with and have confirmed the safety of all of our FL & GA team members. “As Hurricane Irma continues across the Southeast, our thoughts and prayers are with our employees, their families, and clients in the affected areas. Our priority is always our people and our focus at this time is to support them and our clients in whatever way possible,” says President & CEO Pam Anthony. Clients with immediate claim needs who have not received a response from their case manager within 8 business hours, may contact District Manager, Liz Johnson, at or 443-629-7621. Thank you for your thoughts, prayers, and patience as our FL & GA team members return to full capacity.... read more

Restore Rehabilitation Adds Andee Maloney to Leadership Team

Restore Rehabilitation recently added a clinical quality expert to its leadership team, Andrea (Andee) Maloney, RN, CCM…Pam Anthony said, “Andee has the right experience and the right credentials to lead our team’s effort to consistently refine quality clinical solutions. After all, our continued success is predicated on our quality reputation that must be proven daily.”

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Restore Rehabilitation Announces More Growth – Into Mississippi

Restore Rehabilitation recently introduced field case management services into the state of Mississippi…“In response to the market’s need for a national boutique case management firm, Restore welcomes the opportunity to expand our geographic footprint,” Anthony added. “Restore continues to hire high caliber talent and is currently seeking experienced case managers in Colorado, Massachusetts, Maryland, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.”

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Restore Rehabilitation Announces Expansion in Tennessee

Restore Rehabilitation recently introduced field case management services into the state of Tennessee…“Based on our research, Tennessee represents a nice growth trajectory for Restore and I’m excited to welcome a stellar team to our organization,” said Restore Rehabilitation President and CEO Pam Anthony. “We appreciate our field case managers’ ability to demonstrate reduced claim duration and a positive impact on claim financials.”

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Restore Rehabilitation Adds Industry Veteran

Restore Rehabilitation’s President/CEO Pam Anthony announced today that Sean O’Donnell has joined the company to serve in the role of Chief Revenue Officer. … “We are thrilled to have Sean come along side our leadership team because he adds significant experience in medical management and is uniquely qualified to lead our business development objectives. Sean will enable our sales and account management team’s effort to meet their growth goals, while solidifying our current clientele and enhancing our communication strategies,” Anthony added.

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Annual Southeastern RIMS Conference

September 20-22, 2017 – Attending

North Carolina Workers’ Comp Educational Conference

October 4-6, 2017– Exhibiting

South Carolina Workers’ Comp Educational Assoc. Conference

October 8-11, 2017 – Attending