SurgLine International announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, SurgLine, supplied its first spinal implants for a spine surgery at the end of January. SurgLine selected Spine and Joint Solutions, (SJS) as its distributor for the procedure.
SJS is a distributor of spinal implants in the greater Los Angeles, USA, healthcare market and currently provides products and services to four healthcare providers in Southern California, working closely with six neurosurgeons and orthopaedic surgeons.
Tristan Tagnipez, president, SJS, said: “We are very pleased to be able to offer the very highest quality surgical implants available from SurgLine to our network of surgeons and healthcare providers at the lowest possible cost. Everyone involved respected the quality of implants from SurgLine during the very first surgery using SurgLine products.”
Tom Toland, CEO, SurgLine, said: “We are very excited that we can work with distributors such as Spine and Joint Solutions who are concerned with helping surgeons and healthcare providers deliver positive patient outcomes at the lowest possible cost for patient. The future of quality healthcare at the lowest possible cost to the patient depends on distributors working closely with surgeons and providers to lower costs without reducing quality of care.”