G+N Medical is pleased to announce that it has received a Regional Growth Fund grant from Coast 2 Capital to help launch ThorAcc® and support cardiothoracic surgeons in the UK.
The Regional Growth Fund (RGF) is a competitive grant provider which operates across England. It’s aim is to support local communities and provide private sector firms with funds to create new jobs and grow. “Around a million open heart procedures are carried out every year which could benefit from using ThorAcc®,” said Giles Griffiths, Managing Director of G+N Medical. “With the contribution from the Regional Growth Fund, G+N Medical will be able to channel the necessary resources to enable ThorAcc® to be used globally”.
To date, nearly 4000 companies have obtained RGF funding to help get their projects off the ground and prosper.
Coast 2 Capital is a regional intermediary representing The RGF. they provide support to any business in the South of England who wishes to apply for a grant. Grants are available from £5,000 to £250,000 for organisations based in the South Coast, for more information or for details on how to apply, email email@example.com.
To read the full article in Coast 2 Capital’s newsletter, click here.
We are pleased to announce that we will be attending the RWM exhibition from the 15th-17th September 2015.
The RWM exhibition is Europe’s leading event for resource efficiency and waste management with a host of local authorities and waste producers attending. We will be using the exhibition to showcase our range of clinical waste products and sharps containers with the aim of attracting new customers and taking orders.
If you’re attending the RWM exhibition 2015 our stand number is 5P33. Whether your waste comes from the operating theatre, laboratory or community practice, our staff there will be happy to help you select the right containers to meet your clinical waste requirements.
For more information about RWM or to become an exhibitor, click here. If you would like to find out more about G+N or schedule an appointment at the exhibition, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
G+N are pleased to announce the launch of a range of disposable and puncture resistant sharps containers and accessories.
Sharps injuries are a well-known risk in the health and social care sector so it is important that sharps such as needles, syringes, blades, lancets and cannulas are disposed of correctly. Our sharps containers are manufactured to the highest quality standards to comply with the latest regulations and hold the UN mark for the transportation of dangerous materials.
They are available in a variety of sizes and colours and are ideal for hospitals, GP surgeries, clinics and health clubs.
For more information on sharps injuries and how to correctly dispose of needles and sharps, click here.
To view our full product range or to obtain a quote, visit our product page or email email@example.com.
We are pleased to announce that you can now find G+N on social media sites Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.
Those who follow us on Twitter can expect to see posts relevant to medical professionals and practitioners. You’ll also find news and updates specifically about G+N, our product range and the medical industry in general. … Continue reading
G+N Laboratory sponsored Viapath Pathology Department at Bedford Hospital to enter the Bedford River Festival Raft Race in July. All money raised will go towards a worthy cause within Bedford Hospital which will directly benefit patients. … Continue reading
G+N will be exhibiting at the RWM from 16-18 September at the NEC in Birmingham. RWM in partnership with CIWM is Europe’s premier event dedicated to resource efficiency and waste management solutions. … Continue reading
G+N will be exhibiting at the AATS (American Association for Thoracic Surgery) from 26-30 April in Toronto. G+N recently launched ThorAcc®, a device specifically developed to assist surgeons in closing the sternum following cardiac surgery and will be demonstrating ThorAcc® on the stand.
Come and see us on Stand 1139.
ThorAcc® article in The Operating Theatre Journal
To read the news article on ThorAcc® download the April issue by clicking here. The article can be found on page 11.