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Millennium Surgical Corp. Announces Sales Figures, Growth
Date:5/15/2012

NARBERTH, Pa., May 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Millennium Surgical Corp. continues to achieve strong revenue and expand its client base. Sales activity increased in the third quarter of 2011 and continues to accelerate through 2012. Sales figures and the number of new clients for the first four months of 2012 were up 30% over the same period in FY2011. To accommodate additional clients and the increasing number of requests from visitors to www.surgicalinstruments.com, Millennium Surgical Corp. has increased its staff of product consultants to ten. 

Product Consultants currently field between 300 and 500 requests per week, delivering fast and responsive support for surgical staff members who need to locate and compare specialty instruments.

According to President Robert Edelstein, the company's recent growth can be attributed to its ability to save time, effort and money for staff at surgical facilities that have more budget and time constraints than ever. "Our growth can be attributed to old school sales development, like referrals as well as newer methods involving email and web marketing," says Edelstein.

"Many surgical facilities have suffered staff reductions, causing personnel to take on new responsibilities with limited time to stay educated on vendors and products," said Edelstein. "In some instances, staff must locate instruments for unfamiliar procedures that their facility has just added, such as eye or spine surgery." They also come up against off-beat requests from surgeons who want very specific instruments that often aren't offered by a GPO (group purchasing organization). Unlike a GPO, Millennium Surgical can source more high-end, specialized instruments for a greater variety of complex procedures.

Throughout 2011, Millennium Surgical Corp. expanded their product line, increased staffing, and further developed a list of US-based vendors. Since the start of 2012, they have provided instrumentation to over 1,350 institutions, including some of the most prominent hospitals and surgical centers in the United States.  Since their founding, they have provided surgical instruments to nearly 6,300 hospitals, surgical centers and veterinary centers.

Millennium Surgical Corp. (www.surgicalinstruments.com) was founded in 1994 with the intention of providing high-quality surgical instruments to facilities throughout the US. 


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