Our Surgical Division sales team and clinical specialists are highly educated about surgical instrumentation and sterilization to help all customers gain control of this large hospital asset. This division calls on the operating room and sterile processing, along with providing high technology instrumentation to Neurosurgeons, Vascular Surgeons, Cardiac Surgeons, Thoracic Surgeons, ENT, Laparoscopic Surgeons and Orthopedic Surgeons. Through our relationship with Integra Surgical Products Division, we are able to support most of the instrumentation needs at all hospitals and surgery centers. Integra's clinical support team works by our side to fulfill our customer's needs.
Chemence Medical, Inc., headquartered in metropolitan Atlanta, GA, has redefined the medical adhesives industry, and has become a world leader in the medical device arena since its beginning in 1994. Chemence Medical manufactures and distributes adhesive-based medical devices used by many of the largest medical centers around the globe. Many of the company's products are protected by a portfolio of patents covering various aspects of cyanoacrylate and mechanical technologies.
Dilon Diagnostics is the designer and manufacturer of the Navigator™ GPS system. This system is used in sentinel node mapping procedures. Dilon Diagnostics' probes are designed for excellence in the detection of the gamma signal; probe size and shape are refined for specific applications.
Integra JARIT Surgical Instruments is a leading provider of high-quality reusable surgical instruments for general and minimally invasive surgery. Integra JARIT provides its customers with quality, innovation and integrity in surgical instrumentation and offers its customers the highest fill-rates in the industry. Integra JARIT is headquartered in Hawthorne, NY and has operational headquarters in Tuttlingen, Germany.
The market-leading manufacturer of fiber optic headlight systems and light sources for the medical industry. Integra Luxtec's headlight systems are used by over 50,000 surgeons worldwide and are the vision systems of choice for training in hospitals and medical schools. Their newest line of surgical headlight systems is the UltraLite Pro® model. Their newest cabeled light source is the MLX. Their very popular LED cordless light source system was launched in 2012. These ergonomic and lightweight headlights aim a bright, white light in line with the surgeon's visual focus providing better direct illumination of the surgical site.
Since 1970, the MicroFrance line of premier ENT instruments has been known for exceptional quality, precision, and durability. MicroFrance engineers collaborate with world-renowned ENT surgeons to develop new ENT instruments and surgical techniques that help improve patients' lives.
Integra Omni-Tract surgical retractor systems help solve the most complex surgical exposure needs. Operating room professionals worldwide have relied on the Omni-Tract brand for more than 30 years in innovation in surgical retractors.
Padgett has been an established and recognized name in the reconstructive and plastic surgery instrument marketplace since 1937. Padgett designers collaborated with leading surgeons in the field to develop such signature instruments as the Gruber Rhinoplasty Kit, Ackerman Areola Marker and Lockwood Abdominal Demarcator, as well as their premium line of Padgett Tungsten-Carbide Supercut Scissors.
Integra Ruggles-Redmond neurosurgical instruments include a complete line of premium, innovative spinal and cranial surgical hand-held instruments, manufactured and tested to provide surgeons with superior performance and dependability. REDMOND was originally founded by John A. Redmond to develop unique product concepts in consultation with leading neurosurgeons. This collaboration resulted in many distinctive instrument patterns, including some of the finest crafted rongeurs in the world.

Symmetry / Olsen

Olsen Medical, a division of Symmetry Surgical, is a world leader in the design, development and manufacturing of electrosurgical instruments and accessories. They manufacture a full line of single-use and reusable bipolar and monopolar forceps, cords, electrosurgical pens/pencils, electrodes, and accessories in their state of the art manufacturing facility in Louisville, Kentucky.