Medical equipment firm in Bury St Edmunds wins major NHS contract

Some of the team from Disposable Medical Instruments in Bury.  Front is Patrick Chaney and Yvonne Valentine.    Back left to right are Gary Bloomfield, Agi Giersz, Jackie Day and Liz Wilkinson.
Some of the team from Disposable Medical Instruments in Bury. Front is Patrick Chaney and Yvonne Valentine. Back left to right are Gary Bloomfield, Agi Giersz, Jackie Day and Liz Wilkinson.
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One of the UK’s leading suppliers of sterile procedure packs and disposable medical instruments has won a major contract to supply the NHS.

Bury St Edmunds based Disposable Medical Instruments (DMI) has secured a three year contract to provide the NHS Supply Chain with its full range of single-use products.

The company had had to go through an intensive tender process.

DMI products will now be available for NHS Hospitals to buy through the supply chain organisation.

Managing director and founder of DMI Patrick Chaney said: “The tender process is rigorous, in accordance with European law, and we feel acceptance by NHS Supply Chain is an endorsement of our products and competitive pricing.”

For more see Friday’s Bury Free Press.