GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - For more than sixty years, Wright & Filippis has been a leader in the rehabilitative health care field. Their commitment is to provide quality care with cutting-edge technology. Services include providing home medical equipment, respiratory care, prosthetics, orthotics, and barrier-free equipment. Rob Tuck and Terri Miller joined this family owned company at their West Michigan location eight years ago. Wright & Filippis leads the state in what they do to help the disabled. Carl Wright and Tony Filippis started the company in 1944 after Tony's own boyhood experience of losing his legs in an accident led him to Carl who made his artificial legs. Today, the motto they started their company with continues, "First to serve, first to care". It speaks to not only the healthcare services they provide, but to their ongoing commitment to improve the lives of seniors and people with disabilities. See how they may be able to help you or someone you love.
Wright & Filippis
Grand Rapids Area:
1021 28th Street SW
Metro Health Village
2225 Main Street, Suite 150
212 W. Milham Ave
3600 Capital Ave. SW, Suite 104
1438 E. Michigan
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