Looking forward to an innovative 2019

Looking forward to an innovative 2019

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Hospital Innovations share pride for their extremely successful year within orthobiologics

As 2018 draws to a close, Hospital Innovations look back on an extremely successful year, a great way to top off their first decade of business. As a leading company within the orthopaedic and surgical sectors, Hospital Innovations is proud to continue to provide clinicians and patients with the highest quality products available on the market.

The SouthWales-based company pride themselves on their three ‘Company Pillars’; Heritage, Choice, and Innovation. It is the Heritage of the company that has made them who they are today, with individuals involved in allograft handling in the UK since 2002, prior to the Human Tissue Authority formation in 2004.For a decade now, Hospital Innovations has been supplying a growing range of specialist products for use in a number of surgical settings. They are a HumanTissue Authority licensed establishment that work in partnership with six of the world’s leading tissue banks. Hospital Innovations has grown to become the largest private human tissue bank in the UK, as well as the UK’s leading provider of orthobiologics. Most recently, Hospital Innovations is proud to be the first and only company to bring nerve allografts to the UK; having a positive effect
by saving valuable theatre time and improving patient outcomes.

Managing Director Phil Davies said: “Effectiveness and consistency of quality are our core values.”

Moving into 2019, Hospital Innovations is excited to bring a number of new innovative products to market, continuing to provide hospitals with cutting-edge technology, while working closely with the NHS and private sectors; keeping their reputation as a provider of economical solutions.

Hospital Innovations

T: 01443 719555

E: info@hospitalinnovations.co.uk

W: www.hospitalinnovations.com

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