Ashby de la Zouch
Hillrom is a global medical technology leader whose 10,000 employees have a single purpose: enhancing outcomes for patients and their caregivers by advancing connected care. Around the world, our innovations touch over 7 million patients each day. They help enable earlier diagnosis and treatment, optimize surgical efficiency and accelerate patient recovery while simplifying clinical communication and shifting care closer to home. We make these outcomes possible through connected smart beds, patient lifts, patient assessment and monitoring technologies, caregiver collaboration tools, respiratory care devices, advanced operating room equipment and more, delivering actionable, real-time insights at the point of care. Learn more at hillrom.com.
With operations in the United Kingdom and the USA, the medical products manufacturer Aspen enhances the complementary product range of Hill-Rom. Aspen® can trace its roots back to 1730 and has been a part of Hill-Rom since 2012. Today, the company boasts a global production of surgical blades and scalpels, including the Bard-Parker™ scalpel that sells in excess of 115 million units per year. The product range is augmented with surgical markers and other medical fluid and safety products. With this product range, Aspen provides comprehensive assistance for the prevention and treatment of injuries and infections, falls and slips in the OR. Additionally Aspen offers a range of ophthalmic and wound care products via its Aspen Medical business.
As an expert in the field of patient transfer and lifting solutions, Liko has been a part of Hill-Rom since 2008. Founded in 1979 by Swedish engineer and designer Gunnar Liljedahl, Liko’s expertise is based on over 30 years in business, specialising in products for the safe lifting and transfer of patients in the healthcare environment. The Liko brand portfolio includes high quality and innovative lifts, slings, transfer aids and lift accessories.
Liko lifts can be readily integrated into STaMP, the Safe Transfers and Movement Program developed by Hill-Rom. Simple to implement, the program assists caregivers in the safe lifting of patients by developing structure and processes within the patient environment using an assessment toolkit.
For more information, visit www.Liko.com
Based in Skaneateles Falls, New York, Welch Allyn was founded in 1915 and was acquired by Hill-Rom in September 2015. Welch Allyn has brought a unique perspective to developing diagnostic solutions by combining pragmatic knowledge with a visionary spirit of innovation and ongoing improvement. Since inventing the first direct-illuminating, hand-held ophthalmoscope, Welch Allyn has developed hundreds of breakthrough products and technologies to become a leading global manufacturer of physical examination instruments and accessories and EMR-connected vital signs and cardiac monitoring solutions. With nearly 2,600 employees working in 26 different countries, Welch Allyn continues to focus on the customer and imagine how healthcare will be delivered in the future to develop tools and future-proof technologies.
For more information visit www.welchallyn.com
The German-based Trumpf Medical (acquired in August 2014) offers a technologically advanced range of OR products and services, with a reputation for brand quality. Its offerings includes flexible and modular OR tables, special purpose furnishings for OR settings and intensive care units as well as innovative OR lighting technologies and camera, video management, integration and surgical assistance systems. Trumpf Medical is regarded across the world as an innovative leader in medical technology. Its milestones include the first installations of ceiling pendant systems in 1978, the development of the patented OR table coupling point system in 1997, the world's first OR lights with LED technology in 2005 and the market launch of the first modular ceiling-mounted supply unit in 2010. With its line of intelligent products, the company today is revolutionising work processes in the OR, the intensive care unit and associated clinical areas, providing hospitals with ideal support in delivering efficient and safe care to their patients.
For more information visit www.trumpfmedical.com
Based originally in Acton, Massachusetts, Allen was founded in 1984 and grew to become one of the world's leading manufacturers of accessories for OR tables. With the launch of the first height-adjustable booted stirrup that very same year, the brand gained acclaim as a technical innovator. Since then, it has continued to regularly introduce product innovations for OR patient positioning, including the Allen®Advance Spine Table, the Allen Yellofin® Stirrup family and the Allen Lift-Assist™ Beach Chair. Allen was acquired by Hill-Rom in 1999, subsequently expanding the company's range in Surgical Safety and Efficiency.
For more information visit www.AllenMedical.com