In this exclusive video interview, Building Better Healthcare talks to Brandon Medical, a world-leading designer and manufacturer of medical equipment for operating theatres, critical care areas, and primary care, about how its products are helping to drive efficiencies
This article is sponsored by Brandon Medical
Brandon Medical is a UK company that delivers SMART turnkey equipment for acute and primary healthcare worldwide.
For 75 years British engineering ethos and strong work ethic have fuelled continuous product innovation and development to provide healthcare professionals with reliable, high-quality, and affordable medical equipment packages for operating theatres and critical care.
The company is an acknowledged expert in manufacturing medical lighting, medical power and control systems, and medical audio-video systems.
Brandon Medical has decades of practical expertise in configuring acute care areas for a regulatory and recommendatory compliant solution - with high levels of engineering contingency and resilience while maintaining a commercial design philosophy.
Its equipment is installed in hospitals and clinics in over 70 countries all over the world, including Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital, the Cleveland Clinic London, King’s College Hospital, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, and the Northern General Hospital, as well as the Marcel Ruth Cancer Centre and Specialist Hospital in Lagos, Nigeria; Ho Chi Minh City Children’s Hospital in Vietnam; and Mulago Hospital in Kampala, Uganda.
Brandon Medical’s international presence has informed the entire concept of SMART and building integration has been generated by the need to support and maintain remotely, aiming to reduce downtime and carbon footprint.
In this exclusive video with BBH Brandon Medical executive chairman, Graeme Hall, talks about how its products, and ongoing innovation in R&D, are helping to drive efficiencies and improvements within the healthcare sector.
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