Medical device company: Hill-Rom Holdings (HRC)

Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:HRC) was founded in 1969, formerly known as Hillenbrand Industries, headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, USA, with 10,000 full-time employees. It is a world-leading medical technology company that produces Hospital beds, hospital furniture, other medical equipment and medical technology systems.

Hill Rom Holdings

Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. (HRC):

Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. is a holding company, formerly known as Hillenbrand Industries, and began public trading under the name Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. on the New York Stock Exchange on April 1, 2008. Before 2008, Batesville Casket Company was also affiliated to Hill-Rom, but on April 1, 2008, it was spun off and became- Hillenbrand, Inc. and was listed and traded independently.

Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. owns multiple brands including Hill-Rom, Liko, Trumpf Medical, Aspen and Allen. The company has more than 350 years of innovation and excellence tradition to provide patients and their caregivers with more effective solutions.

Hill-Rom Holdings works with health care providers to focus on providing patient care solutions to improve clinical and economic effects in the following five core areas: advanced rehabilitation concepts, wound care and prevention, clinical workflow, surgical safety and efficiency And respiratory therapy.

Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. (HRC) product:

  1. Provide medical operating beds, intensive care unit beds, obesity beds, elevators and other patient mobile equipment, non-invasive treatment products, and information technology and software solutions; and medical equipment management services, as well as sales of ancillary equipment services for its original equipment sales contract.
  2. It also provides patient monitoring and diagnostic products, such as blood pressure, body assessment, vital sign monitoring, diagnostic cardiopulmonary, diabetic retinopathy screening and temperature measurement products; and respiratory system health products, including: Vest System, VitalCough System, MetaNeb System and Monarch System .
  3. In addition, Hill-Rom also provides surgical solutions, including operating tables, surgical pendant lights (shadowless lights); positioning devices for shoulder, hip, spine and lithotomy operations, and platform neutral positioning for operating room tables Accessories; and surgical safety and auxiliary products in the operating room, including scalpels and blades, lightweight handle systems, skin markers and other disposable products.
  4. Furthermore, Hill-Rom also participates in product sales and leasing of emergency and extended care facilities through direct sales staff and distributors; sells and leases products directly to patients at home; and sells to primary care institutions through distributors.
  5. In addition, Hill-Rom also provides continuous clinical care, including emergency care and primary care, as well as clinical research organizations.

Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. (HRC) acquired Baike:

  • In 2017, Hill-Rom completed the acquisition of Mortara.
  • In 2015, Hill-Rom completed the acquisition of Welch Allyn for US$2.05 billion.
  • In 2014, Hill-Rom completed the acquisition of Trumpf Medical.
  • In 2012, Hill-Rom completed the acquisition of Aspen Surgical.
  • In 2011, Hill-Rom acquired Liko France and Switzerland.
  • In 2010, Hill-Rom completed the buyout of the joint venture with Encompass TSS.
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