Complete medical training solutions
We develop and manufacture electronic medical training devices that allow medical professionals around the globe to prepare safely for real-world practice, and which empower patients to be able to confidently self-administer their own treatments and tests. Our high quality, reliable training devices are supplied to the global biotech and medical industries, where we count Fortune 500 pharmaceutical companies among our clients.
Embedded Software Development
Our Global Supply Chain
We manage an ISO 9001: 2015 accredited global supply chain that gives us access to the world’s best resources and components, as well as a network of highly specialised manufacturing facilities.
Medical sector customers benefit from our long-standing, established partnerships with high quality suppliers and vendors, combined with the knowledge and agility to access new resources and expertise quickly and efficiently. Together, this makes it possible for us to offer improved production costs, accelerated time schedules, rapid scalability, and quality manufacturing via a customised global supply chain managed entirely by Hutchison Technologies.
Our development and manufacturing processes are accredited to Medical Device Regulatory Standard ISO 13485: 2016. That means our training devices conform to the same rigorous quality management standards as those legally required for clinical and practicable medical devices.
Working with the team at Hutchison Technologies on the development of an electronic medical training device was both enjoyable and rewarding. Their flexible & responsive approach delivered a quality assured product which exceeded our expectations and all within the very tight timescales required. We have now released the product into 80 countries thanks to Hutchison Technologies ongoing support.
James McLusky, Principal Consultant, Shore Design Consultancy Ltd.
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