- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Mission: To provide a diverse portfolio of simple, noninvasive measurements that lowers the cost of care and empowers individuals and caregivers to make better decisions. We will be known for our reliability: our solutions will be durable, high performance, and easy to use.
For the Record with Dave Hemink, Nonin Medical CEO
Nonin Medical plays a crucial role in COVID-19 Treatment
Enhancing Patient Care
For more than 30 years, Nonin Medical has designed and manufactured noninvasive patient monitoring devices for healthcare professionals and individual users. Nonin pulse oximeters, regional oximeters, capnographs, sensors, and software deliver dependable performance day after day, even in challenging environments. Our exclusive technologies are clinically proven to deliver consistent measurements for a broad range of patients and conditions.
Chief Technology Officer, Phil Isaacson, founded the company in 1986, naming it “Nonin” to emphasize a commitment to developing noninvasive medical monitoring solutions. Since then, Nonin has:
Improving Quality of Life Through Noninvasive Medical Monitoring
At Nonin, our vision has always been to improve the quality of people’s lives by expanding the capabilities of noninvasive measurements. Our diverse portfolio of reliable noninvasive measurement empowers individuals and caregivers to make confident clinical decisions.
Our vision for the future of healthcare is to continue developing technologies and interoperable solutions that drive global connectivity standards. To accomplish this, we focus on products, performance, and people:
Products—Reliable operation under frequent use, even in challenging conditions
Performance—Consistent measurement across a wide range of patients and settings
People—Professional sales and support teams that provide responsive service
At Nonin, we believe that all employees contribute to our company culture, and that we all benefit from thinking of that culture as something we share. The tenets of ownership, agility, and courage support our operational excellence and help us achieve our goals:
Ownership—The ability to achieve results that support our strategic goals through initiative and collaboration
Agility—The ability to acquire and respond rapidly to new information without losing momentum or vision
Courage—The willingness to question assumptions, own decisions, and appropriately communicate
Nonin Medical offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
At Nonin, we take pride in nurturing the communities we serve. Our community enrichment programs and partnerships raise awareness and generate support for causes that make a positive difference in our world. We regularly donate our time and talents to local charities and organizations that share our dedication to improving the lives of others. In recent years, we have provided:
Reliable Devices, Sustainable Practices
Our company was founded on a commitment to improving human lives. That includes taking responsibility for the effect our operations have on the environment. We follow best practices for resource management in product design, packaging, manufacturing, and distribution. We meet all regulatory requirements for environmental impact, and pursue continuous improvement with guidance from documents such as ISO 14001 and UL 880.
I have been working at Nonin Medical full-time (More than a year)
Competitive compensation, good work life balance. New executive team seems to be taking the company in a good direction.
Smaller company that doesn't have clear practices and procedures can make work inefficient/frustrating. Overall not too much to complain about.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Nonin Medical (Plymouth, MN).
I had applied to multiple positions, and so this interview was back-to-back with another interview.
Group was very friendly and consisted of a manager, an experienced engineer, and a younger engineer. I explained parts of my projects. One of the interviewers was a former student at my university and was familiar with the basics of an on-campus job I held. I didn't get a lot of questions from the group.