NEXS Research & Development Group, Inc. Partners With BLVD Medical: To Address National PPE Shortages and Counterfeit Medical Supplies

NEXS Research & Development Group is proud to announce a major advancement in its efforts to protect frontline medical, research, and pharmaceutical staff.

In partnership with BLVD Medical, NEXS is bringing affordable personal protective equipment (PPE) to underserved practitioners nationwide.

Over the past year of COVID preparedness and resistance, BLVD Medical has stepped up to bring life-saving PPE to small-to mid-size businesses and institutions, as well as state agencies and local municipalities. BLVD Medical’s experience and supplier relationships have helped clients side-step the pitfalls presented by opportunists in the PPE industry, and BLVD has cultivated a track record of reliable delivery and client loyalty.

“This partnership will enable our company to extend our reach into the medical distribution sector and support national efforts in the prevention of the spread of COVID-19,” says Dr. Marc Nelson, Chairman of the Board at NEXS Research & Development Group.

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