News | May 29, 2008

Adroit Medical Systems Awarded Premier Supplier Contract for Temperature Therapy Systems

May 30, 2008 - Adroit Medical Systems Inc. this week was award a 36-month supplier agreement by Premier Purchasing Partners LP, which centers on Adroit’s Soft-Temp hypo-hyperthermia blankets, localized heat therapy and cold therapy systems, including the popular HTP-1500.

More than 2,000 hospitals in the U.S. as well as more than 50,000 other healthcare facility sites buy many of their supplies and services through Premier's 1,300 contracts. The new three-year Adroit contract follows a prior three-year arrangement, offering purchasing stability to Premier alliance members and ensuring ongoing availability of increasingly adopted Adroit hypo-hyperthermia products and accessories.

Adroit products in the Premier contract include the Soft-Temp whole body hypo-hyperthermia blankets and localized temperature therapy pads, the MTRE CritiCool noninvasive induced hypothermia system, the HTP-1500 heat therapy pump and the Mobile ICE portable cold therapy system.

For more information: http://adroitmedical.com, www.premierinc.com

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