SUTUREGARD® Medical and Federated Healthcare Supply Sign Non-Exclusive Distribution Deal
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28Jul

Press Release - SUTUREGARD® Medical and Federated Healthcare Supply Sign Non-Exclusive Distribution Deal

SUTUREGARD® Medical has formed a non-exclusive distribution partnership with Federated Healthcare Supply to expand market reach of the HEMIGARD® ARS device and the SUTUREGARD® ISR device which are patented wound closure technologies that simplify complex and challenging wound closures.

The relationship began after Federated Healthcare Supply approached SUTUREGARD® Medical with customer demand. "We were contacted by Federated Healthcare Supply because some of their loyal customers wanted to purchase our products", said Jen Akeroyd, PhD, RN, COO of SUTUREGARD® Medical. "We have been impressed by Federated's high touch customer experience which mimics our approach. We strive to get to know our customers so that we can offer a tailored experience", said Jen.

Federated Healthcare Supply Holdings is one of the largest, independent healthcare distributors in the United States. Federated Healthcare Supply serves as a sales and service organization for healthcare products for both healthcare professionals and individuals. They take pride as an independent distributor ensuring they work with the best known healthcare manufacturers, keep an extensive inventory, and maintain a team with extreme expertise.

SUTUREGARD® Medical is pleased to announce this new partnership with Federated Healthcare Supply, looking forward to a future long-lasting partnership.

Based in Corvallis, Oregon, SUTUREGARD® Medical, Inc is a private company offering novel medical devices for surgeons to repair challenging surgical defects more simply. SUTUREGARD® medical devices are intended to provide minimal wound trauma and reduce the healing period after surgery, providing better results for patients and providers.

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