CHASKA, MN February 4, 2019 — In 2018, MedSource Labs, a medical manufacturing firm, donated more than 40,000 medical supplies to Project C.U.R.E, the largest nonprofit provider of donated medical supplies to developing countries around the globe. Some of the supplies MedSource Labs donated included I.V. sets, wound care and infectious control products, and respiratory and airway units.
In recent years, MedSource Labs has partnered with American Medical Response, a U.S.-based medical transportation company, to ensure humanitarian nonprofit entities, such as Project C.U.R.E. receive such needed medical supplies.
“We are committed to providing the staff and volunteers of Project C.U.R.E. with some of the medical supplies they need to help fulfill their mission of providing medical care to people in need,” said Todd Fagley, CEO, MedSource Labs. Project C.U.R.E. collaborates with community partners around the globe to develop a high-level understanding of the scope of need, and works to deliver resources and medical donations to under-resourced hospitals, clinics and community health centers in developing countries. “With our support, this organization will be able to use our medical supplies to reach thousands of people that need lifesaving aid and emergency supplies.”
We have always remained committed to providing humanitarian assistance in highly-impoverished areas, such as Haiti, where we’ve had our staff and families work with other volunteers to assist locals with gaining access to water in remote areas. “As an organization, it is imperative that we assist those in most need in every way possible,” concluded Fagley.
MedSource Labs is a leading medical product developer and supplier specializing in high-quality products and innovative medical product development. By delivering top-quality products and solutions at cost-effective prices, MedSource Labs has been helping improve patient outcomes since 2002. The privately held company, headquartered in Chaska, Minnesota, serves health care professionals including emergency medical providers, hospitals and surgical centers, veterinarian and dental providers, and government agencies.