Industry leaders in the design, manufacturing, and distribution of disposable medical devices.
More than three decades ago, Fred Aycock was working as a pacemaker sales representative. Throughout his career as a salesman, he presented nearly 7,500 cases to prominent doctors and medical center facilitators, showcasing the benefits of the device.
After six months of using the same product for demonstrations, he noticed the quality and efficiency of pacemaker models diminished, so Fred began to replace his device twice a year before presentations. Not only did the pacemaker’s quality deteriorate after each demonstration, he also noticed that due to regular reuse and reprocessing, the efficacy of medical devices for patient use also declined.
Fred realized medical device reprocessing was cumbersome—he knew there had to be a better way. So in his very own kitchen, he cut up a few cables and made the first disposable medical device prototype. In 1992, the first 510(k) was filed for Remington’s S-101 Cable Line, and Aycock officially founded Remington Medical Inc.
years of designing high-quality medical devices.
For more than 30 years, Remington Medical has supplied 88% of the top 610 cardiology surgery hospitals with the best disposable medical devices on the market.
We opened our first disposable medical device manufacturing facility in Dunwoody, Georgia, in 1992. After only five years, we outgrew our first building and opened our main headquarters in Alpharetta in 1997.
With 21,000 square feet of production space, our headquarters has dedicated spaces for:
By 2004, Remington grew again, so we opened a second location in Alpharetta for small to medium-sized manufacturing needs. Opening a second facility allowed us to incorporate other customized, in-house medical device manufacturing processes, including:
Most recently, we opened a facility in the Dominican Republic in 2011. With 30,000 square feet of manufacturing space, we use our Dominican facility to produce unique product components for a wide variety of medical devices.
Today, Remington Medical operates three locations with a team of 200+ employees between all locations.
At Remington Medical, we strive to deliver the most reliable, high-quality medical devices and supplies that exceed your expectations.
At Remington, we’re dedicated to quality and control—that’s why our many medical manufacturing functions are in-house at our Alpharetta facilities. By controlling all facets of the manufacturing process, we produce a superior, disposable medical device.
By using single-use cables from us, you save on the cost of reprocessing, sterilization, and the inventory hassles of ensuring your cables are in stock at all times.
Remington Medical’s needles and guides are compatible with most gun models and offer you more options at a better cost.
We design, manufacture, and distribute medical supply devices that make your job easier. With our disposable medical supplies, you save money on sterilization and inventory control.
Healthcare professionals rely on our vascular access devices for entry to an artery or vein to insert medical instruments and fluids.
When you need to launch a new or revised product, and your company faces time-to-market constraints, Remington’s contract manufacturing services fulfill your needs from concept to delivery. By holding ourselves accountable for all manufacturing aspects, Remington experts have total control of your product’s quality and efficiency, from prototyping and packaging to product launch and lifecycle management.
Medical device manufacturing is a journey, and we account for tweaks along the way. When our process engineers make adjustments, our machinists get real-time feedback and allow our shop experts to implement the changes quickly, ensuring your device makes it to market as expected.
With our team handling your medical device manufacturing processes, you get:
Contact us today to learn more about the benefits of medical device manufacturing processes with Remington.
Contract manufacturing and high-quality medical tools to make your job easier. Contact Remington to see how we can improve your medical devices!