Sterling Medical Devices dramatically expanded its workspace with the opening of a new hardware design center.
Sterling Medical Devices, a leader in product design, development and testing for the medical device industry, dramatically expanded its workspace with the opening of a new hardware design center that supports the company's growing hardware development staff. The new building adds more than 4,600 square feet of office and laboratory space to Sterling's existing operations in New Jersey, Massachusetts and Texas.
"Recent growth drives the need to expand our hardware development services," stated Dan Sterling, President and CEO. "The new center provides even more resources to serve our customers and reinforce our partner-level commitment to their success. Our improved hardware capabilities, coupled with our deep expertise in software development, serve to support the fully-integrated offerings Sterling is historically known for."
The Rochelle Park facility is custom-engineered to follow Sterling's stringent quality standards, including full electrostatic discharge protection and a host of leading-edge laboratory equipment. The center is designed to deliver safe, efficient, and timely product development and testing.
What's more, the new facility is supported by three key Sterling team members who bring a combined 65 years of development and manufacturing experience in the medical device industry to the new location. John Campbell, Director of Quality, specializes in compliance projects and quality system management. Larry Bischoff manages the embedded system development process encompassing electronics, firmware, and mechanical aspects of the project. Steve Hartman, who recently joined the company as Program Manager, offers expertise ranging from concept prototyping to cost optimization of the finished device.
About Sterling Medical Devices
Founded in 1998, Sterling Medical Devices specializes in the design, development and testing of medical devices, diagnostics and related systems. From concept to delivery, Sterling brings hardware and software together to help companies of all sizes, from start-ups to industry leaders, at every stage of the product development lifecycle. Working with products ranging from Class III Implantable devices to non-prescription health aids, from "smart" devices to standalone units to web-enabled systems, Sterling gives its clients the tools they need to better manage their costs, reduce risk and stay on schedule. Sterling has provided solutions such clients as Boston Scientific, Medtronic, Johnson & Johnson, St. Jude and many more. Learn more about Sterling Medical Devices at www.sterlingmedicaldevices.com.