Midbrook Medical Adds New Items to GSA Contract

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Midbrook Medical, the Jackson, MI, based manufacturer of custom fabricated medical equipment and decontamination systems has added additional items to their selection of General Services Administration approved products. They are available through Midbrook Medical’s GSA contract, which runs through 2014.

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We take very seriously the opportunity, as well as the responsibility, to provide US government run facilities with high quality, economically competitive products

Midbrook Medical, the Jackson, MI, based manufacturer of custom fabricated medical equipment and decontamination systems has added additional items to their selection of General Services Administration approved products. They are available through Midbrook Medical’s GSA contract, which runs through 2014.

The General Services Administration (GSA) acts as the purchasing agent for the U.S. Government. By entering into contracts with various businesses, the GSA is able to provide goods and services to federal agencies at pre-negotiated prices. As a GSA approved small, woman owned business, Midbrook is able to market and sell its products to the federal government, military, and certain international organizations, such as the World Health Organization. “We take very seriously the opportunity, as well as the responsibility, to provide US government run facilities with high quality, economically competitive products,” says Midbrook Medical Vice President. Midbrook Medical also appears on the GSA Advantage website, allowing federal agencies to search for and purchase their products electronically.

Midbrook Medical has already obtained GSA approval on a wide range of medical equipment, including multiple styles and sizes of stainless steel case carts, instrument and utility tables, documentation stations and cabinets. ATP testing equipment is also available as part of the contract.

As part of the new additions to their GSA contract, Midbrook Medical can now offer additional sizes of carts, cabinets, tables, shelves and other fabricated items. Several different models of automated cart washers are also included in the new selection. These cart washers range in size from compact, single cart units to larger two and four cart systems.

Another significant addition to Midbrook Medical’s GSA approved product line is the Tempest Surgical Device Washer. This system is designed to clean small instruments and utensils, and features an interior lumen flush system specially developed to clean the difficult to access interior lumen of cannulated instruments. The Tempest uses a combination of ultrasonic agitation, enzymatic soak, exterior fluid spray and the interior lumen flush to clean surgical instruments and other small utensils. Both two basket and four basket models are available through the GSA contract.

Having a GSA contract provides several benefits to both Midbrook Medical and any interested buyers. First, the intensive approval process ensures that any products that a business wishes to list with the GSA are guaranteed to be priced fairly and reasonably. In addition, the contract allows federal agencies to purchase goods at a pre-negotiated price. This enables buyers to avoid the complicated and time consuming process of asking for and obtaining bids on the open market. By using the GSA Advantage website, agencies can purchase Midbrook Medical’s products online, resulting in a drastic decrease in procurement lead time.

Midbrook Medical is proud to be part of a group of GSA contacted businesses responsible for approximately $66 billion in financial transactions each year. “As a designer and builder who manufactures all our products in our facility in Michigan, we feel we are challenged to earn this opportunity by providing durable, custom stainless steel fabricated assemblies such as mobile surgical case carts, work stations, storage cabinets, as well as cleaning and decontamination equipment,” says Crowley. “With each order, we confirm the government’s faith in the American workforce.”

Midbrook is the minority owned provider of custom medical fabrications and decontamination systems, process specific, high volume aqueous part cleaning systems, sealed solvent cleaning systems, and water bottling equipment.

For more information about Midbrook Medical and its custom fabrications and decontamination systems, visit http://www.midbrookmedical.com/ or call 1-517-787-3481.

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