Chaska, MN January 31, 2020—MedSource Labs, a medical manufacturing firm, today announced the donation of thousands of medical supplies to the non-profit organization, MATTER. The supplies were part of a relief effort to support hospitals in Ethiopia. Some of these donated supplies included I.V. Catheter Sets, Diagnostic and Respiratory products.
MATTER collaborates with community partners around the globe to develop a high-level understanding of the scope of need and works to deliver resources and medical donations to NGOs, health ministries and governments, hospitals and clinics.
“We are most appreciative of partners like MedSource Labs and the donations made, allowing for improved healthcare throughout the world,” commented Joel Anderson, Medical Program Director, MATTER.
“As part of our NxtMed initiative, we strive to improve patient outcomes by helping communities around the globe gain access to essential medical supplies. With the support of MATTER, we‘re able to reach thousands of patients in most need,” remarked Todd Fagley, CEO, MedSource Labs.
MedSource Labs is a leading medical product developer and supplier specializing in high-quality products and innovative medical product development. By delivering top-quality products and solutions at cost-effective prices, MedSource Labs has been helping improve patient outcomes since 2002. The privately held company, headquartered in Chaska, Minnesota, serves health care professionals including emergency medical providers, hospitals and surgical centers, veterinarian and dental providers, and government agencies. www.medsourcelabs.com
MATTER is a Minnesota-based global nonprofit on a mission to move people forward by giving them a chance at a healthier life. Throughout the United States, MATTER activates healthy eating for kids and families with the MATTERbox program, a novel solution to healthy food access and nutrition education. Internationally, MATTER addresses these barriers by giving hospitals the tools they need to care for the sick and injured in dignified ways, and by designing solutions to create diversified and resilient farms. Hope and opportunity also reach people through the MATTER Innovation Hub, a portable learning environment that can be shipped and set up anywhere in the world. Learn more at www.matter.ngo