We work with medical device innovators on a daily basis. These inventions range from hand-drawn sketches all the way to fully functioning prototypes.
Whatever level of work you've completed, our engineers can take it the rest of the way through the prototyping process. Once the design is complete and approved by all parties, it moves to our regulatory and manufacturing areas for further development. EMCI engineers will stay engaged in the process until the product is on the shelf.
No matter what product we are developing or manufacturing, our sophisticated CAPA system and well-trained, empowered, passionate employees make continuous improvement more than a slogan or catch phrase. We strive to improve every process and every device, every day.
ISO Certifications and FDA registration are important, but the culture of improvement is what really counts. That culture is firmly embedded throughout EMCI.
We understand that quality is of the utmost importance, and that lives are at stake with medical devices. That's why our manufacturing is fully integrated and in-house. From machining to electrical and mechanical assembly, anodizing, plating, and engraving - we do it all in our own facilities.
All of our manufacturing processes are tightly controlled by our regulatory system and by a culture of improvement and quality.