Stolz Becomes President of VGM & Associates

Stolz will also continue his role as president of VGM Fulfillment and as a member of the VGM Senior Leadership team.

VGM Group Inc. has named Jeremy Stolz president of the HME industry member service organization and buying group VGM & Associates.

Stolz has served as interim president since June after the previous president Clint Geffert left to join React Health. he will also continue his role as president of VGM Fulfillment and as a member of the VGM senior leadership team.

“I am thrilled to have Jeremy Stolz step into this important role at VGM,” said VGM Group CEO Mike Mallaro. “He is an exceptional leader with impeccable integrity–the right leader for VGM & Associates.”  

Mallaro said under Stolz’s leadership, VGM Fulfillment has grown “significantly,” serving even more customers and expanding its range of services.

“His ability to build an outstanding team and find innovative and collaborative solutions, and his penchant to find win-win outcomes, have made VGM one of the nation’s fastest-growing distributors of healthcare products direct to the home,” Mallaro added.

Stolz began his VGM career in 2003 at VGM & Associates. In 2009, he was tapped to lead VGM’s venture to help HME companies enhance their CPAP resupply business. That venture became VGM Fulfillment and later expanded beyond CPAP interfaces to provide an array of specialized healthcare products directly to user homes. Stolz was promoted to president of VGM Fulfillment in 2017.

“I am honored to accept this position,” Stolz said. “Since I joined VGM nearly 20 years ago, it’s been incredible to see how VGM has grown. I greatly value the community of HME providers and vendor partners that VGM represents and plan to grow and expand the programs, services, and offerings for those communities. I am so thankful for the tremendous privilege of serving alongside two talented teams to support the best providers, manufacturers, and distributors in the healthcare industry.”

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