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Memorandum of Agreement: Training State Regulators to Advance the Quality of Orthopaedic Care for China
Date:11/14/2012

BEIJING, Nov. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Zimmer Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ZMH; SIX: ZMH), a global leader in musculoskeletal health, today signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the Beijing Drug Administration (BJDA) to jointly hold training sessions at Montagne, Zimmer's wholly-owned Chinese subsidiary.  The trainings will be dedicated to the mutual sharing of knowledge and expertise in research, development, quality and regulation related to musculoskeletal health.  The partnership aims to allow BJDA to gain industry knowledge and to understand Zimmer and its products through dialogues and trainings undertaken by its State Inspectors. The goal of the agreement also includes strengthening production and inspection expertise at Chinese medical device companies to ensure the delivery of safe and quality orthopaedic medical devices.

Under the terms of the Agreement, which is a first with the Chinese government for Zimmer, BJDA will provide the Company with professional training regarding Chinese laws and regulations related to the manufacture and sale of medical devices.  Zimmer, in turn, will share proven experience in areas including research, development, inspection, clinical use and quality systems management.  The Company is recognized internationally for the quality of its professional education training provided to surgeons through the Zimmer Institute.

"This collaboration with the Beijing Drug Administration marks a new milestone for Zimmer in China.  Worldwide, Zimmer is a recognized leader in the development of products, services and professional training that helps patients overcome pain and regain mobility," said David Dvorak, President and CEO of Zimmer.  "Cooperating with BJDA, we are strengthening our commitment to the Chinese market.  The knowledge and expertise Zimmer's employees and the State Regulators will share wi
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