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Pictured above from left to right: David Ellison, Member Engagement Manager at BHTA, David Stockdale, Chief Executive Officer at BHTA, Kevin Dare, Managing Director UK&I at Arjo and Karen Kennedy, UK Sales Director MBTS & VTE at Arjo.
[August 2022. London, UK] Global giant, Arjo, market-leading supplier of medical devices and solutions, has become the latest company to join the British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA).
Founded in 1957, Arjo is at the forefront of medical innovation, employing over 6,500 people across 100 countries.
With over 60 years’ experience in caring for patients and supporting healthcare professionals, Arjo is a major supplier of devices and solutions that improve the quality of life for people with reduced mobility and health challenges.
In August this year, the company became the newest member of the BHTA.
Kevin Dare, Managing Director at Arjo, said:
“Becoming a member of the BHTA will provide Arjo with a platform to work with other like-minded organisations to collaboratively improve industry standards and therefore provide our customers and their patients with ever improving products and services, which are aligned to the financial and clinical challenges they face.”
The BHTA represents over 400 companies in the healthcare and assistive technology industry.
Working on behalf of their members, the BHTA aims to improve industry standards and champion consumer protection, leading to better quality health and care for all.
All BHTA members are committed to the BHTA Code of Practice, the first and only in the healthcare industry to have been approved by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) Consumer Codes Approval Scheme (CCAS).
David Stockdale, CEO at BHTA, said:
“I’m really excited to have such a major player in the healthcare industry join us here as a member of the BHTA.
“This is a transformative time for everyone involved in health and social care, and the more we can bring the industry together, the better we can develop and respond to the challenges that our sector faces.
“BHTA is looking forward to representing Arjo and supporting them during this critical time.”
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About the BHTA: Representing over 400 companies in the healthcare and assistive technology industry, the British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA) supports its members to help ensure the best outcomes for the most vulnerable in society.
All BHTA members are committed to adhering to the Association’s Code of Practice – the only code in the industry approved by The Chartered Trading Standards Institute.
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