Working out of our Atlanta office, Bryan services many hospitals in the area with rental equipment. His experience as a Respiratory Therapist provides a great perspective on hospital care.
Married to an Angel of 30 years is how I like to describe my wife. We are blessed with 4 amazing kids, Bryson (22), Madison (20), Brenton (14), and Braxton (8). My anniversary in September will be a double celebration since my wife will also graduate from nursing school. We both got our Bachelors degrees from Weber State University. I began my career in healthcare following my graduation from the Respiratory Therapy program.
I have been a Respiratory Therapist now for over 27 years and I love helping my patients breathe easier!! I started working as a RT and then I ventured out into management within the Home Care industry. I then became a Clinical Specialist for Respironics and traveled all over the United States. I was then promoted into an RT Sales role, so my family and I packed up and moved to Oklahoma for 7.5 years. We just recently came back to Georgia and I found this wonderful opportunity to join Med One in September 2015 and we literally opened up the SOUTH!!! I love my job with Med One and I look forward to making the SOUTH ROCK with our rental business.
I consider myself a true California kid and enjoy going on family trips to the beach, fishing, and camping. I also love waterskiing, boogie boarding, tennis, and coaching baseball with my boys.
Hailing from the Big Island, Chad Agliam spreads the Aloha spirit to all! Take a moment to get to know him a bit better.
My parents still live on the Big Island and I am very excited to be seeing them this coming December. Life in Utah is different than growing up in Hawaii, that is for sure. Here I live with my girlfriend Sarah and her 3 year old daughter Mya. We met over 5 years ago and I finally moved to Utah to be with her just last year. Mya is a joy. She truly has a Hawaiian heart!
I have a passion for anything with an engine and wheels, including my “bike” and cars. I also enjoy a pick-up game of basketball and weight lifting.
I am continually surprised at how much is done in the Med One warehouse. From cleaning, to shipping and receiving, there is always something needing to be done. Each of us working there take pride in making sure the equipment is clean and patient ready and that the inventory is accurate so that when the team gets a customer request we can ship it out without delay.
Family is the most important thing in my life. I love my Mom and Dad, Sarah and Mya, and my brother and sister. I also enjoy the team I work with and the variety of tasks that come each day. It has been a great first year at Med One.
Meet Kristen Karoly. She is one of the voices who greet you when you call Med One. In addition, she assists our Director of HR with benefits, orientation, and the onboarding process for new employees. Read her story below.
I was born and raised in Sacramento, California area where my parents both were born. I have three sisters and two brothers. As a youngster our family visited relatives in Utah and we were often camping in southern Utah. I gained a love of camping from those trips. My family moved to Oklahoma and it was a hard move to be leaving family and friends but I made some great new friends.
All things Disney are among my favorites. When I was 12, I was in a song and dance group that one of my aunts produced. For our “tour” that year, we went to Disneyland and we performed in the park. I gained a love of all things Disney that year. I went back with my family when I was 14. I am very excited that this summer we will be returning as a family to the Magic Kingdom after 20 years. I am so excited and have made a ton (feels like it) of spreadsheets to plan for it. I love spending time with my family! One of the best things about family is seeing things from my niece's and nephew's points-of-views. I also enjoy making things for them (crochet and sew) and seeing their reactions.
I went back to school in 2009 and then transferred to BYU-Idaho in 2011. I graduated with my Bachelor’s in Business Management in December 2015. (Yeah) I was nervous going back to school and then transferring to BYU-Idaho, but it has been one of the best decisions of my life. While I was there, I worked on campus as a peer advisor for the Business Department. It was then that I decided to change my major from Elementary Education to Business Management. I had some great mentors at my job on campus that helped me to decide what to change to.
I have been working for Med One Group for a little over a year. I enjoy the challenges of the many different projects that come my way. Please make sure to say hi when you call.