HAMILTON, ON, March 11, 2013 /CNW/ - Maximum Independence Inc., a top
provider of Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation services has merged
with Lesya Dyk, O.T. Services (LDOT) to expand its network in Ontario.
Lesya Dyk, O.T. Reg, (Ont) has accepted the position of Director of
Rehabilitation of Maximum Independence Inc., and is now along with
bphealth, a principal in the company. LDOT will merge its current
operations in Hamilton with Maximum Independence as of March 1, 2013.
Lesya Dyk, comes to the company with a 25 year background in
Occupational Therapy, education, and leadership. She is completing her
second term as President of the College of Occupational Therapists of
Ontario. As Dr. Indraneel Ghosh, Medical Director at bphealth describes
- "When we found ourselves with a gap in our leadership in early 2013,
we immediately thought of Lesya, as she has the combination of clinical
skills, solid leadership and Board experience to take this organization
to the next level." Dr Paul Fedak, MD, PhD Principal at bphealth
echoed Dr. Ghosh's praises - "The rehabilitation industry today has
changed and with Lesya we found a partner in a common goal - the
provision of unparalleled services for Ontarians. Bringing Lesya in as
a leader and a partner made complete sense."
The merger of Maximum Independence and LDOT will allow for expansion of
rehabilitation services, capitalize on existing skill sets, programmes
and services within the organizations, and leverage other health care
offerings found under the bphealth umbrella.
SOURCE: Maximum Independence
For further information:
Dr. Massimo Cimini, PhD
Director of Strategy