Medovations was founded in 1982 with a simple and clear mission—develop innovative medical products with value added features, and do so with a focus on customer service. More that 25 years later the mission remains clear, and the product offering continues to grow. Through product development and strategic acquisitions, Medovations continues to develop and market products built to provide exceptional patient care.
Research and Development, Manufacturing and Administrative duties are accomplished from our 143,000 square foot facility in the heart of Milwaukee. Here, a committed workforce takes great care and pride in the products we develop. With this centralized model, we can listen to what caregivers seek from our products and quickly transition those requests into products that help provide better patient care.
Commitment to Quality
At Medovations, we are committed to the highest standard of quality. All product designs and processes are research based, and managed by a highly-educated and attentive staff. We use the finest materials in a closed-loop manufacturing environment for maximum control. Every step we take in product development and manufacturing is done with the utmost concern for the final product.
Exceptional Service & Customer Rewards
We take pride in our longstanding customer relationships. We see these as a testament to not only providing the best products on the market, but top-notch personal service and incentive programs, too.
Our customer representatives encourage personal contact, and will work with Medovations engineers and manufacturing to put together customized product for our valued partners. Have a need for a product sample? We're open to sharing bougie kits, and other items from the Medovations product line. Whatever the request, we are always available to answer questions, and make the ordering process as smooth as possible.
Medovations' quality management system complies to the requirements of the ISO (International Organization for Standardization) Quality Standards as defined in ISO 13485, the Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC, Canadian Medical Device Regulations, and the United States Food and Drug Administration Quality System Regulations, CFR 21, Part 820. We're happy to provide any discussion or documentation required.