Cardiogenics win 2023 BEAI Technical Support Award
Irish-owned medical device distributor Cardiogenics Ltd has been awarded the BEAI 2023 Clinical Engineering Healthcare Technology Support Award. The award was presented to Cardiogenics Director Brian Turvey by Association Chairperson Eoghan Hayden following the Biomedical / Clinical Engineering Association of Ireland annual scientific conference held on Friday, 29th September 2023 in Cork.
The award recognises the contribution made by Cardiogenics in respect of technical support to hospitals and their technical teams throughout Ireland. The team at Cardiogenics is committed to providing “best in class” products, complimented by comprehensive training, education and backed up by dedicated service and technical support.
“We are honored to receive this award and particularly grateful for the recognition of our work by the BEAI,” said Brian Turvey, Director at Cardiogenics. “Our team is committed to providing hospitals with the highest quality technology, technical back-up and associated services and will continue to innovate and improve our offerings to meet evolving needs and the changing landscape.”
On presenting the award, BEAI Chairperson Eoghan Hayden added “This award is voted on by the hospital based clinical engineers and is ranked across a range of important areas pertinent to our needs - including support, technical knowledge, clinical knowledge, patient focus, innovation and value for money. This year our members recognised Cardiogenics as deserved winners and we are delighted to present them with the award.”
Cardiogenics has been continually supporting the BEAI for more than 12 years. The company comprises a team of highly motivated and dynamic professionals, many with over 40 years of experience and a proven track record within the Irish and UK healthcare medical device distribution market.
The Biomedical & Clinical Engineering Association of Ireland - BEAI - was set up in 1992 in response to the demands of the growing number of engineers working on electromedical equipment in the public sector.