The Top Medical Device Companies in 2019

The Top Medical Device Companies in 2019

Posted by Leslie Haddad on Mar 22, 2019 12:00:00 PM

Doctor using medical deviceInnovation in the medical device industry is changing the face of healthcare. From cutting-edge monitoring tools in the operating room to hospital mattresses and curtains that prevent the spread of infection, new devices can create better conditions in hospitals and medical offices and better lives for patients.

Which top medical device companies are leading the charge and creating products that will save lives?

StarFish Medical

Location: Victoria, BC, Canada
Privately held

StarFish Medical is an industry-leading service provider and device design company. They use their design, development, and manufacturing services to partner with other medical companies, both large and small, and create innovative new products.

They’ve co-designed everything from DNA sample preparation devices to CT solutions to phototherapy fungus removal devices and beyond.

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Forma Medical Device Design

Location: Raleigh, NC, USA
Privately held

A medical industrial design company based in Raleigh, Forma builds medical devices and life science products with a focus on ergonomics.

Forma’s background in engineering and design is supported by experience in industrial production, which helps them produce products that can be manufactured and assembled in an economical and sustainable way.

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Sterling Medical Devices

Location: Rochelle Park, NJ, USA
Privately held

Sterling Medical Devices has more than 20 years’ experience in the medical device engineering industry. That experience allows them to offer a full-service development solution that covers software development, electronics, manufacturing, QA, and compliance.

They’re dedicated to helping clients resolve medical device development process challenges anywhere in the product lifecycle.

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Stryker Medical

Location: Kalamazoo, MI, USA
NYSE: SYK

Stryker Medical is a leading medical tech company with extensive expertise in developing software and devices for orthopaedic, medical, surgical, neurotechnology, and spinal needs.

In addition to being a medtech industry leader, Stryker was also named one of the 100 best companies to work for by Fortune magazine.

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Hill Rom

Location: Chicago, IL, USA
NYSE: HRC

Hill Rom is an award-winning medical device company that manufactures custom stretchers, lifts, furniture, and more for hospitals and clinics.

A leader in both design and safety, they’re a global company that’s always innovating in order to give doctors, nurses, and caregivers new ways to protect themselves and their patients.

Allen Medical, a leading manufacturer of OR tables, is a subsidiary of Hill Rom.

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Philips Medical

Location: Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, the Netherlands
NYSE: PHG

A division of one of the world’s largest electronics companies, Philips Medical is headquartered in the Netherlands. They develop advanced electronic devices for clinical settings that are designed to be safe, sustainable, and compliant.

The technology that Philips Medical produces includes diagnostic ECG, fluoroscopy, emergency care, and resuscitation solutions. They also have an extensive enterprise telehealth portfolio.

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Invacare

Location: Elyria, Ohio, USA
NYSE: IVC

Invacare Corporation is a leading American designer, manufacturer, and retailer for non-acute medical devices.

In addition to a suite of pressure care and positioning products, they produce top-of-the-line wheelchairs, walkers, and mobility scooters. Invacare are also leaders in respiratory care equipment.

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ArjoHuntleigh

Location: Malmö, Skane, Sweden
ARJOB:SS (Stockholm)

Arjo is a global supplier of medical devices and services for people with reduced mobility.

With a focus on private and public institutions within the acute care and long-term care industries, Arjo offers products for patient handling, hygiene, and disinfection, as well as therapeutic surfaces and furniture.

Arjo supports positive clinical outcomes by providing mobility devices for a safer working environment.

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Joerns Healthcare

Location: Charlotte, NC, USA
Privately held

For more than 125 years, Joerns Healthcare has been a premier supplier and service provider in post-acute care.

Joerns Healthcare is known for providing an industry-leading suite of advanced injury and wound prevention devices. They also offer professional services and programs to keep staff and patients safe in clinical settings.

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GE Healthcare

Location: Chicago, IL, USA
NYSE: GE

GE Healthcare, a subsidiary of GE, focuses on diagnostic imaging agents and radiopharmaceuticals for imaging modalities. These devices are used to enhance medical imaging capabilities for diagnostic purposes.

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SunTech Medical

Location: Morrisville, NC, USA
Privately held

From their headquarters in North Carolina’s Research Triangle, SunTech Medical specializes in blood pressure monitoring technologies.

They develop and manufacture ambulatory solutions for monitoring vitals, including cuffs and ABPM monitors, as well as devices for measuring blood pressure in clinical settings.

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