Reveille DME is a disabled veteran-owned, veteran-operated durable medical equipment service company fully focused on serving our U.S. military personnel. We are bringing the highest quality, state-of-the-art orthopaedic and podiatric post-surgical therapy equipment to our service people at military bases. We are unique in the healthcare service world because we deliver or ship these therapies on base to patients homes upon the prescription of base surgeons. We train patients on the proper use of the therapies so they maximize their recovery time, heal quicker, and have better outcomes. We are thoroughly committed to serving those who serve and are deeply involved with the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund through board involvement and funding.
REVEILLE DME: HELPING OUR MILITARY WAKE UP PAIN FREE
James Hradecky, Founder
After graduating from West Point in 1986, Jim served seven years on active duty, with two tours in the 82nd Airborne Division and one in Germany. A Field Artillery Officer with both Battery Command and Battalion Operations Officer experience, he left the military in 1993. He was then recruited into the medical industry, where he still works today.
As a disabled veteran active in many New Hampshire charities, Jim focuses on the needs of veterans and their families. He hires veterans as leaders for his companies, with 60 percent of leadership positions being held by veteran officers or senior non-commissioned officers. Jim is honored to be a board member of the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund.
Jim’s degree from West Point in 1986 was followed many years later with an MBA from Babson College, focusing on Entrepreneurship, in 2010. In his 27 years in the medical industry, Jim has founded, managed, grown, sold, and turned around several medical device and service businesses. Always focusing on outcomes for patients, physicians, and facilities, Jim’s businesses effectively use technology, human interaction, and doing what’s right in caring for people to achieve the best results possible.
Chris Coyle, President & Co-Founder
Chris served as an Infantry Officer with 3rd Infantry Division out of Fort Stewart, Georgia and deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and also to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and was awarded two Bronze Star medals during his time in the Army.
After transitioning out of Active Duty service, Chris learned the healthcare business from a variety of vantage points working in the orthopedic recovery and rehabilitation space, and has now been an executive for 5 years. As the President of Reveille DME, Chris is dedicated to serving military surgeons through focusing the organization on the patient and customer experience.
Chris is currently enrolled in NYU’s Executive MBA program and when not working and studying he enjoys traveling with his wife and George Washington, his German Shepherd.
Neil Costello, VP of Operations
After graduating from the U.S. Military Academy, Neil served as an officer in the US Army. He is a veteran of Desert Storm and bronze star recipient. Neil followed his Academy studies with an MBA from Wright State University that he obtained while working his way up through the electrical power industry.
Neil spent the last 25+ years in a various executive positions including large publicly traded, small/medium rapidly growing and start-up enterprises, which uniquely range from energy, to manufacturing – with the last decade dedicated to healthcare. That breadth of experience crystallized his understanding of business processes and the historical challenges physicians face finding solutions to providing extended care to their patients post-surgically.
With his focus on delivering best-in-class orthopaedic care services and high-tech therapies, Neil’s operational skills enable Reveille DME to maximize patient recovery and rehabilitation as directed by prescribing military physicians. The physician is the expert that makes a better life possible. Neil guides the organization to ensure we do all we can to assist in that process.
Jonathan Sistare, JD, Attorney
Jon Sistare served for 26 years as a Commissioned Officer in the United States Army, on both active and reserve duty. In 2006-2007, he was deployed to Iraq and was awarded the Bronze Star medal.
When not serving on active duty, Jon served as the Town Manager in four communities, Hopkinton, NH, Jaffrey, NH, Salem, NH and Cromwell, CT. He has practiced law since 2001 except while on military duty. Jon holds his Juris Doctor degree from the New England School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts. He has also earned a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and a Bachelor of Arts degree both from the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire.
Jon’s work experience includes several years as General Counsel for a durable and home medical products firm where he assists the company with all corporate legal issues and works in-depth on ERISA/PPACA related issues as an advocate for patient’s rights to get their proper benefit from their health insurance plan. His current and past experience has provided him with a wealth of knowledge in healthcare law, ERISA/PPACA, municipal law, land use law, employment law, contract law and real estate law.