Innovation and Design is what we do
Green Cross Medico Ltd is a medical innovations company currently working in conjunction with NHS Innovations South East, West Midlands Academic Health Science Network, NHS Innovations West Midlands and we are members of Medilink WM and Scottish Lifesciences . Our background is steeped in innovation through our Chairman Gio Benedetti who is a serial entrepreneur. He has developed many award winning innovations over his business career including the Wrapmaster cling film and foil dispenser which won Hotelympia along with the retail success of the Baco Easy Cut cling film and foil dispenser which is available in all leading UK supermarkets. Read more in the Glasgow Herald
In the first aid market he developed the Wallace Cameron Adulto and Bambino first aid kits which were awarded Millennium Product status and featured as one of only 1000 UK products. The innovative design of the Wallace Cameron first aid kits led the way in the first aid market place not only in the UK but worldwide with distributors in over 30 countries.
Innovation is at the heart of all we do in research and design and we aim to continue to move forward in 2018 with the launch of our new innovative products. These currently fill a market niche or fulfill a current need in medical procedures by improving an existing technology or the development of a device to serve a need that has clearly been defined by medical professionals.
We launched the eagerly awaited Airglove in June 2018 and will be exhibiting this year with WMAHSN in the NHS Innovation zone at the NHS Innovation Expo in Manchester, Medica Dusseldorf Nov 2018 and Arab Health Jan 2019. To book an Airglove demonstration at any UK hospital call 0330 120 0402 or 07944 519796 and our demo team will be delighted to help.
Airglove was Highly Commended in the prestigious industry collaboration awards at the WMAHSN Celebration of Innovation Awards 20th July 2017 and was Runner Up in the Medilink West Midlands Medical & Healthcare Business Awards “Partnership with the NHS” category in January 2018.