Bury medical equipment firm wins major NHS contract

A major medical equipment firm based in Bury St Edmunds has successfully bid for a lucrative contract to supply the National Health Service (NHS).

Disposable Medical Instruments (DMI), which is based in the Hillside Business Park in the town, has been awarded a three-year contract with the NHS Supply Chain. The deal will see DMI provide Supply Chain with its full range of single-use pieces of medical equipment.

The company is one of the UK’s top suppliers of sterile medical procedure packs and disposable instruments for use in hospitals and surgeries. The awarding of the contract followed an intensive tender process orchestrated by the company’s medical sales staff.

The success of the bid now means that products supplied by DMI will be available for NHS Hospitals across the country to purchase through the organisation’s supply chain process.

DMI’s managing director and founder, Patrick Chancey, told the Bury Free Press that the success of the bid came as a tremendous validation for the whole company.

He 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.”


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