Medical Outsourcing Firm Expands In Medical Device Sector

April 27, 2011

Fall River-Massachusetts based firm, Millstone Medical Outsourcing has announced that the company will be expanding to reach new clients in the medical device sector.

Jeff Barton and Susan Coogan will serve as Vice President of Business Development and Marketing Coordinator respectively, reports PR Newswire.

Millstone is a medical outsource partner catering to the biggest orthopedic firms in the U.S. It is also a rapidly growing provider of inspection, loaner kit processing, clean room packaging, and distribution services to dental and medical device makers across the world.

Barton has a background in seeking out novel business opportunities. He works with a sales team that caters to device makers from around the U.S. and the world. They work to bring together better business relationships that already exist in the market and to follow up on client satisfaction.

Coogan is an expert who is responsible for looking after marketing activities that make sales easier. She would also be influential in identifying potential clients for Millstone, particularly customers who may benefit from the company’s outsourcing services. Coogan has worked in the travel sector for nearly two decades and in the last ten years she has been working with sales teams as a special events manager.

Chris Ramsden, Millstone Chief Executive Officer said in a statement, “At Millstone, we are committed to growing our business at a pace that allows us to continue to provide the high level of quality and service that our customers expect.  We are pleased to welcome Jeff and Susan to the Millstone team, and, while we look forward to the chance to work with new manufacturers, our number one priority is delivering the best possible results for all our customers,” reports PR Newswire.

In the orthopedic industry alone, Millstone has more than 50 well known firms. It also offers its services to nine of the top ten.  The company is popular for its quality service and guaranteed return on investment.


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