Innova Care Concepts has won yet another major deal worth £75,000 with Spire Healthcare Group to supply hospital beds to a private hospital.
It had already supplied about 80 beds to the group before Spire London East Hospital approached Innova about new beds which were first trialled and then purchased.
The hospital needed beds for three different areas; a children’s ward, a standard ward, and a bariatric ward.
The paediatric ward was supplied a smaller, narrow version of the Interlude Newcare V2 hospital bed which is popular with private hospitals.
Sales director, Joe Hulbert, said: “Our work with Spire Healthcare Group is just one way that we’re expanding within hospitals across the country.
“We’ve supplied about 80 beds to them so far and they’ve given us some great feedback from both their staff and their patients.
“This deal is certainly a bookmark moment for Innova as we continue to strive to become the UK’s most sought-after brand in the healthcare sector by 2020.”
Innova delivered a total of 26 Interlude Newcare V3 beds for the standard wards, five Interlude Newcare V2 narrow beds for the children’s ward, and one Interlude Platinum in a wider model for the bariatric ward.
Innova’s expansion into the private hospital market follows its recent work with NHS hospitals in England, Scotland, and Wales.
Tom Hulbert, Innova’s managing director, said: “We’ve supplied so many things to Spire hospitals now, it’s hard to keep track of how much and where it’s gone to!
“We’re also becoming a key equipment provider to NHS hospitals, which just goes to show how important it is for the healthcare system to invest in high-quality equipment if they want to provide high-quality care.”