“Our growth is not just about sales—it’s a testament to the lives we’ve saved with our products,” said Medical Guardian CEO Geoff Gross.
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) October 21, 2014
For the second year in a row, Medical Guardian earned a spot on the coveted Philly100 List, which recognizes the fastest growing privately owned companies in Philadelphia.
Down from #41 in 2013, Medical Guardian landed the 29th spot on the 2014 list.
Founded in 1988 by the Entrepreneur’s Forum of Greater Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Business Journal and the Wharton Small Business Development Center, the Philly100 List has come to represent a new standard of excellence in business in Philadelphia.
“We are thrilled to have not only made the Philly100 List for the second year in a row, but also to have dropped 12 spots this year,” said Medical Guardian CEO Geoff Gross. “Our growth is not just about sales—it’s a testament to the lives we’ve saved with our products.”
Medical Guardian has seen an impressive amount of growth over the past few years, which was highlighted over the summer of 2014 when Mayor Michael Nutter was the keynote speaker at the grand opening of the expanded Medical Guardian offices. With a wide range of products to offer customers, Medical Guardian has quickly risen to the top of the medical alert device industry.
With two new products in the pipeline for 2015 and a caregiver app for smartphones, Medical Guardian is at the forefront of technological advancements in the industry. For more information about the current product line at Medical Guardian, visit the website: http://www.MedicalGuardian.com
Medical Guardian is a leading provider of Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) and has helped provide peace of mind to thousands of older Americans and their loved ones. From the beginning, Medical Guardian’s mission has been to provide seniors with access to affordable and reliable senior alert systems. Across the country, people now enjoy a renewed sense of independence, and their loved ones have the peace of mind knowing that help is always just a push of a button away.