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Company Updates

  • A recent study published in the Cureus Journal of Medical Science demonstrated the impact of Acelity’s epidermal harvesting system for patients – and called it a “win-win” in the wound care treatment category. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQdk4

    Missouri University researchers use autograft harvesting to treat chronic wounds

    Chronic wound sufferers were able to get skin grafts in an outpatient clinic-all through a Missouri University research team's work. The researchers used the Acelity Cellutome Epidermal Harvesting System. It is an automated, precise and reproducible process that offers minimal pain and less donor-site trauma.

  • Our CEO Andy Eckert gave San Antonio Business Journal some insight into what Acelity has in store for 2018 and beyond. SABJ subscribers can learn more here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ2Q8

    New Faces: Acelity CEO Andrew Eckert seeks bigger global presence for SA biotech - San Antonio Business Journal

    Title: President and CEO Company: Acelity LP Start Date: Named in April 2017 As an eventful year comes to a close, the San Antonio Business Journal takes stock of the high-profile hirings and promotions at the top of several prominent Alamo City companies and organizations in the 12/29 weekly edition.

  • Nam Lee, Vice President and General Manager of Japan, and his team have hit the ground running utilizing the Total Quality Management System, ensuring Acelity continues to garner feedback that will help us focus on our customers and patients.

  • At Acelity, we focus on our customers so they can better serve patients. Brooke Madden, Vice President of Global Medical Sciences, is just one of our leaders who uses the Total Quality Management (TQM) System to adopt a focus on internal and external customers. “By adopting a truly customer-focused approach, we will ensure that we meet and anticipate our customer’s needs.”

  • A Will To Win is a must to head the Legal Team’s Distributor Contracting Centre of Excellence. Peter Rhodes, International Corporate Counsel, and his team are responsible for all aspects of distributor contracting arising in the life cycle of Acelity’s partnership with global distributors.

  • Acelity donated products to the Wound Healing Society’s Education committee’s annual meeting at the American Geriatric Society. The workshop provided geriatric clinicians the tools to successfully manage wounds. We are proud to have helped clinicians learn and practice their skills.

  • Anneke Kocks, Regional Operations Manager, acts as a role model for her team by displaying Integrity with her peers and her customers - she works with distributors to provide the support necessary to meet customer needs.

  • Alignment and high morale drive the best results. Robert Harris, Working Supervisor for Tech Repair, ensures his team is unified and always working in the right direction; a prime example of an employee demonstrating our One Acelity value.

  • Our values reinforce our commitment to our customers and patients. James Seddon, Product Development Engineer, embodies our value Customer First by designing products that improve usability and therefore improve the lives of patients.

  • Restoring lives and providing the best solutions for customers and patients is at the center of everything we do. Alessandra De Souza, Marketing Associate, embodies our value Customer First with the INFOSANA™ program that provides solutions for customers and patients.

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