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Bruce Hatch
Vice President of National Accounts
RS Medical
Member Since: 8/10/2010

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Bruce W. Hatch Recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who


Bruce Hatch specializes in musculoskeletal and orthopedic services


VANCOUVER, WA, July 1, 2011, Bruce Hatch, Vice President of National Accounts for RS Medical, has been recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in musculoskeletal and orthopedic services.

Mr. Hatch is well-informed about musculoskeletal and orthopedic care, and as a vice president of a medical company that specializes in rehabilitation products and services, his ultimate goal is to treat people with painful muscle conditions. He focuses on restoring muscle function in patients and administering pain management for patients with muscular and skeletal pain. He corresponds with insurance companies and with Medicare and teaches fracture treatment courses in residency programs.

Mr. Hatch started with RS Medical 13 years ago as a sales representative and has worked his way up to senior management. He is now a shareholder and has increased company revenue from $65 million to $1,340 million. He attributes his success to his work ethic and the inspiration he received from his mother, who was a registered nurse. His sister, who is a hospital administrator, also motivated him to pursue a career in the health care industry. Mr. Hatch has also been deeply inspired by the experience he gained working in an operating room, and by the knowledge he acquired while serving as an emergency medical technician and paramedic. He received a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Utah, and he remains abreast of trends and developments as a member of the Muscular Sclerosis Society and JDRF. He intends to expand his business by adding new products and integrating the new executive team in the years to come.

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