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Getinge strengthens competitiveness through concentration of production units and establishes global innovation center
Getinge continues to enhance its operational efficiency by further concentrating its production to fewer units with greater resources. As a step in this pursuit, the Extended Care business area intends to relocate the manufacturing of its bath and hygiene products from Eslöv, Sweden, to the production facility in Poznan, Poland, and to a third party. The planned change will lead to the successive discontinuation of production in Eslöv. All staff in Arjo Hospital Equipment in Eslöv and at Meditechnik in Germany will be affected. About 150 employees in Eslöv and at Meditechnik are expected to be made redundant, the majority in Sweden. The staff in Eslöv and at Meditechnik was informed of the planned changes this morning. “We will initiate discussions with the Swedish Public Employment Service and the municipality to support the process of finding new employment for the staff who are expected to be made redundant due to the planned discontinuation of the operation in Eslöv,” says Alex Myers, Executive Vice President of Extended Care. The discontinuation is scheduled to commence in mid-2013 and is expected to be completed during the second half of 2014. Getinge’s Extended Care business area, which operates under the ArjoHuntleigh brand, will at the same time continue its intense focus on research and development and on establishing a global innovation center in Malmö. The center will concentrate on developing the company’s global range of mobility and hygiene products, and will employ about 65 individuals. The center is expected to open in spring 2013.
The Citadel™ Patient Care System provides flexible patient care for hospitals that demand safety, security and efficiency from their bed frames and therapeutic mattresses.
Seba is the first and only single solution in the market for safely and comfortably moving patients from a Supine to Seated Edge of Bed (SSEB) position.
Visit our stand at Arab Health 26 - 29 Jan 2015
October 13th, 2014 marks the first-ever World Thrombosis Day, which will be kicked off globally to raise awareness and provide education about thrombosis and venous thromboembolism.
The new Flowtron® Tri Pulse™ VTE prevention sequential garment from ArjoHuntleigh provides excellent comfort for patients during Intermittent Pneumatic Compression (IPC).
WELCOME TO EPUAP 2014 August 27-29 The new EPUAP Guidelines will be presented in Stockholm and as an implication of this we will present our Skin IQ Microclimate Manager ( MCM ). Join us for an inspiring workshop and experience Microclimate Managemen...
ArjoHuntleigh’s Carevo shower trolley wins silver in the Rehabilitation and Assistive-Technology Products Category of the 17 th Annual Medical Design Excellence Awards competition. The prize was announced at the 2014 MDEA Ceremony held Wednesday, June...
The Maxi Transfer™ Sheet for lateral transfer and repositioning is a sling and bed linen all-in-one.
With Seba™, ArjoHuntleigh has proven its design excellence in one of the most important competitions for product design, the Red Dot Design Award.
ArjoHuntleigh, part of the medical device company Getinge Group, has been awarded the prestigious Red Dot Best of the Best product design award in the life science and medicine category “for highest design quality and ground-breaking design” of its new...
Getinge Group has appointed Harald F. Stock as new President and Chief Executive Officer of ArjoHuntleigh, and Executive Vice President Extended Care Business Area.
Wound care societies have designated November 21 as world-wide Stop Pressure Ulcer day.
A recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine (2013;368:2159-2168) concluded that prone (chest down) positioning, used as an early intervention for patients with severe ARDS (SARDS), significantly decreased mortality by 50% after 28 days and 42...
Getinge has received approval from the relevant regulatory bodies to complete the acquisition of Kinetic Concepts Inc.’s TSS division.
October 4, 2012 – ArjoHuntleigh announced today that it has been awarded a three-year contract with Premier Purchasing Partners, L.P., the group purchasing unit of the Premier healthcare alliance, for its vascular compression therapy systems.
Pressure ulcers can be painful and debilitating wounds. Studies show that in the EU, up to 1 in 5 hospital patients will develop a pressure ulcer*. In some cases they can be fatal, and in many cases they are avoidable.
Getinge has today signed a definitive agreement with US-based Kinetic Concepts Inc. (KCI) to acquire KCI’s Therapeutic Support Systems (TSS) business.
As a member of the Getinge Group, ArjoHuntleigh’s Extended Care division is focused on increasing the quality and efficiency of care, through integrated solutions for the care of people with reduced mobility and related conditions.
World leading integrated solutions for the care of people with reduced mobility and related conditions. Based on extensive knowledge and advanced technology we provide superior medical equipment for safe patient handling and hygiene, medical beds and Therapeutic Support Systems™, wound healing, DVT prevention, disinfection and diagnostics. The result is improved care efficiency and a safer environment for both patient and carer.
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