Invenia Technologies LLC – Officially Launches Medical Division

Marinelink.com
Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Invenia Technologies LLC Provides Medical Kits, 24/7 Doctors Service, Telemetry – Worldwide Carmen Foy, CEO of Invenia Technologies LLC, announced today the launch of Invenia Technologies Medical Division. “Invenia’s Medical Division now provides another option in the marketplace for vessels to obtain their required medical kits and supplies, 24/7 doctor access and state of the art telemedicine equipment.

 

This new division fits seamlessly with Invenia’s worldwide environmental testing and crew drug testing divisions.
 

Invenia Technologies is very pleased to announce the appointments of Rebecca Castellano RN, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida as Manager of Sales in the USA/Caribbean and Nicholas Stael von Holstein, in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, as Manager of Sales in Europe. Both formerly with Ocean Medical International, they bring the extensive expertise and knowledge that the yachting market expects.
 

Invenia Technologies Medical Division provides complete Class A, B & C medical kits that meet all yacht registry requirements and provides replenishment and refurbishment for all existing vessel medical kits. Invenia has designed a kit specifically for the injury prone Sportfish market as well as kits for Paediatric, small and large Tender Kits and Diving Kits. A full range of medical supplies such as defibrillators, medical oxygen, trauma packs and stretchers is also available.
 

Invenia’s Medical division offers The First Call (TFC) a 24/7 Direct to Doctor call service located within the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. For over 75 years, providing a team of physicians fully dedicated to treating patients through remote medicine and specializing in fields such as Cardiology, Paediatrics and Endocrinology, are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Invenia offers state of the art telemedicine with Safe Triage System (STS), a light, portable tablet PC with video/still photo capability plus all wireless enabled equipment for capturing vital signs such as Blood Pressure, Pulse, Oxygen Saturation, 12 lead ECG and Glucose levels and transmits this data in real time, directly to the doctors.
Invenia Technologies will be at the Monaco Boat Show and has a booth at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Please stop by booth number 521 if you would like more information regarding products and services.

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