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This year’s coronavirus outbreak has seen many organisations in the healthcare sphere turn their hand to non- ‘run-of-the’ mill activity as part of the wider UK effort to tackle the virus.

This year’s coronavirus outbreak has seen many organisations operating in the healthcare sphere – and particularly suppliers, turn their hand to non- ‘run-of-the’ mill activity as part of the wider UK effort to reduce infection rates and provide COVID-19 patients with optimal care. One of several UK manufacturers to have harnessed its considerable engineering expertise to produce ventilator components outside its normal scope and, equally, to provide guidance and advice to those who have needed it, is Brandon Medical. HEJ editor, Jonathan Baillie, recently spoke with the company’s Executive Chairman, Graeme Hall, and Strategic Programme manager, Paul Grainger, to find out how the company has lent an expert hand, while continuing to undertake its normal day-to-day manufacturing activities and fulfilling existing orders promptly.

Leeds-headquartered Brandon Medical is a multi-award-winning UK-based medical technology company with 74 years’ healthcare experience. A manufacturer, installer, and maintainer of medical technology products, its products and systems are supplied not only to hospitals and other healthcare facilities all over the UK, but also to such facilities worldwide, through an extensive distributor network. Its portfolio – much of the equipment is developed and designed ‘in-house’ – includes hospital, operating theatre, and minor surgical lighting, sophisticated medical audio-visual systems and telemedicine solutions, uninterruptible power supplies, and isolated power supplies

Brandon Medical undertakes installation and commissioning work in hospitals both in the UK and overseas, offers servicing on all supplied systems, and says it is ‘an acknowledged expert’ in medical lighting, medical power and control systems, and medical video and medical AV systems, ‘with a unique expertise in providing integrated solutions’.

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