Sheffield’s JRI Orthopaedics recently showcased its manufacturing prowess and healthcare delivery solutions during a special UK Government trade search to India celebrating 70 years of NHS innovation.
The company was the only orthopaedics company invited on the three-city mission organised from the Department for International Trade.
General Manager Alistair Wheatley said: “It was obviously a very worthwhile and useful mission with many excellent contacts made.
“JRI Orthopaedics contains a long good innovation, manufacturing excellence, supporting cutting-edge research and working in partnership with the NHS to offer solutions that generate real efficiencies and patient benefits.
“India’s healthcare marketplace is estimated to develop to $280 billion by 2020. Having its recent commitment to developing 100 smart cities across the country, interest on innovative healthcare solutions inside the Indian healthcare system has not been higher.”
The four-day trade pursuit for commemorate the 70th anniversary from the NHS, was led by Sir Malcolm Grant, Chairman of NHS England, CEO of NHS Digital Sarah Wilkinson plus the Minister of State for Trade and Export Promotion Baroness Fairhead.
Delegates from NHS Trusts and heath care treatment companies visited New Dehli, Mumbai and Hyderabad to find out from and meet senior managers from Indian hospitals, medical institutes, colleges and business. There is another reception for HRH The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.
JRI Orthopaedics is located in the state-of-the-art manufacturing unit at Chapeltown and features world-class comprehension of the structure, development and manufacturing of orthopaedic implants and surgical instruments.
Founded on innovation, it turned out the first company in world orthopedics to create a hip implant by using a Hydroxyapatite coating enabling a biological bond while using the patient’s bone and therefore the prospect of a hip for all his life.
JRI Orthopaedics’s current expanding product portfolio and orthopaedic systems are designed to streamline the receiving the best solutions in joint reconstruction, repair and regeneration.