The InterMed Group (“InterMed” or the “Company”) is a certified independent services organization (“ISO”) providing outsourced clinical engineering, equipment management, and diagnostic imaging repair and maintenance services to hospitals, health systems, imaging centers, and other provider organizations in the United States. The Company provides a full suite of services to a diverse client base of over 250 organizations and is equipped to handle a comprehensive range of healthcare diagnostic equipment and other machinery.


STATUS: Current

Rick Staab is the President and CEO of the InterMed Group. Rick has over 30 years of experience in the medical equipment servicing industry. Rick was recognized as the National Humanitarian of the Year in his industry by MD Publishing. Outside of InterMed, Rick has pursued several other entrepreneurial and philanthropic ventures. Rick and his wife, Michelle, started the non-profit organization, Tyler’s Hope for a Dystonia Cure in 2006, shortly after their son, Tyler, was diagnosed with dystonia, a neurological movement disorder. Their daughter, Samantha, was diagnosed with the disease a few years later. Rick serves as president of the non-profit. Rick serves on the Executive Board of Directors/Presidents Council/Lifetime Member for the University of Florida Foundation, BBVA Bank Board, LifeSouth Community Blood Centers Board and has served on the Executive Board for the Gainesville Chamber of Commerce and chaired the Chamber of Commerce talent alignment and education committee signing the first education compact. Mr. Staab is the chairperson for the University of Florida’s Movement Disorder Center (The Fixel Institute) and serves on the advisory councils for Santa Fe College’s Biomedical Program and Nuclear Medicine program.

Rick Staab