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Eitan Medical Launches UK Operation

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January 27, 2021

Eitan Medical, a global leader in advanced infusion therapy and drug delivery solutions has launched a UK operation to improve its support of the SapphireTM infusion pump customers, which include NHS Trusts, private hospitals and homecare providers.

Eitan Medical UK launches with a team of specialists in clinical support, integrated care support, and operations management. The UK entity will be backed by Eitan Medical’s global infrastructure, with offices across Israel, the US, and Europe.

Eitan Medical is the manufacturer of the innovative SapphireTM Infusion Pump as well as the Medtech Breakthrough Award-winning SorrelTM wearable drug delivery platform and has infusion pumps installed across more than 25 countries.

The UK operation, which aims to deliver safe patient-focused infusion solutions that improve healthcare outcomes and quality of life, brings together a team of industry experts with many years of experience in the infusion pump business. The team is reaching out to its existing customers to learn more about their experience so that it can further improve its products and services.

Kean Crispin, Sales Director at Eitan Medical UK, commented: “We’re delighted to be launching our UK operation to improve the support we give to the UK-based clinicians, caregivers and engineers that use our innovative drug delivery and infusion products. By combining our market-proven technology with direct local support for training, repair, accessories, or any other customer needs, we can provide our valued customers with an integrated and holistic service that meets all of their infusion needs.”

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