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Midbrook Medical Announces Agreement with Premier Partners L.P.
Date:6/1/2010

Midbrook Medical (a division of Midbrook, Inc.) is proud to announce they have recently been awarded an agreement with Premier Partners L.P., the group purchasing unit of Premier, Inc. Premier is one of the nation’s largest healthcare group purchasing organizations and serves 2,300 hospitals and more than 66,000 other healthcare sites representing over $33 billion in annual purchases.

Jackson, MI (Vocus) June 1, 2010 -- Midbrook Medical (a division of Midbrook, Inc.) is proud to announce they have recently been awarded an agreement with Premier Partners L.P., the group purchasing unit of Premier, Inc. Premier is one of the nation’s largest healthcare group purchasing organizations and serves 2,300 hospitals and more than 66,000 other healthcare sites representing over $33 billion in annual purchases.

The agreement, fully implemented on May 1, 2010 and effective through February 29, 2012 covers Midbrook Medical’s cleaning equipment line including Cart Washers, Tempest Laparoscopic Washers, Instrument Washers, and Tunnel Washers.

“We are very pleased to have been awarded this contract and to have this opportunity to work with the Premier membership and offer our 30+ years of cleaning expertise to them” said Tammy Vannest, Contract Administrator at Midbrook. “Midbrook is not a medical manufacturer that makes cleaning equipment, rather we are a cleaning system design and manufacturing company with years of cleaning expertise in the Automotive and Aerospace industries that is now looking at medical decontamination issues from a new perspective.”

About Premier:
2006 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recipient
Premier is a performance improvement alliance of more than 2,300 U.S. hospita
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