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Despite facing perhaps the greatest challenge seen in a lifetime, the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted what makes the healthcare industry such a resilient field. When thinking about the past three years, words like adaptability, collaboration and innovation come to mind.   One example is how hospitals modified previously established protocols during COVID-19 to provide resource-intensive care […]

Sam Nimah

As a part of our series about business leaders who are shaking things up in their industry, I had the pleasure of interviewing Sam Nimah. After several years as an executive at two Fortune 100 companies, Sam Nimah, MBA, CPA became the CEO and owner of TriVent Healthcare in March 2014. While healthcare has always […]

Katie Hooks

By Sam Nimah Katie Hooks, then 22 years old, was leading a fairly ordinary life until an unexpected turn of events changed everything. One morning, she woke up to find her face extremely swollen, which set off a chain of events that led her to the TriVent Healthcare Special Care Unit at the University of […]

Press Releases

Special Care Unit Announces Rebranding, Changes Name to TriVent Healthcare

Special Care Unit, the industry-leading provider of ventilator liberation services, has completed an extensive rebranding effort to more closely align with the “uncommon” services it provides. The new name – TriVent Healthcare – and logo speak to the company’s focused expertise in ventilator liberation and pulmonary rehabilitation and highlight its three (tri) key steps for success: therapy, liberation, and recovery. 

Tampa General Hospital Renews Ventilator Rehabilitation Services Agreement with Special Care Providers

Special Care Providers (DBA Special Care Unit) recently signed a new five-year agreement to continue operating its Progressive Care Unit at Tampa General Hospital. The unit is dedicated to methodically weaning patients from ventilators using high-touch, high-frequency therapy. Ventilators are machines that move air in and out of the lungs of patients suffering from respiratory failure.

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