We are proud to present our unique line of neonatal and pharmacy products specifically designed to enhance safety and outcomes of the neonatal patient. Please feel free to explore our site. In addition to product details, we are dedicated to supporting the clinician with a wide variety of clinical material that can be used to enhance patient care. If you have any questions or comments about any aspect of our products, please contact us.
NeoMed, Inc. was formed in 2007 out of the need to create quality neonatal focused devices dedicated to enhancing patient safety. The core of NeoMed's vision was developing and marketing a neonatal/pediatric specific safety enteral system that eliminated dangerous misconnection errors commonly resulting from using IV products to deliver enteral nutrition. Our first products were oral/enteral syringes, extension sets and feeding tubes which were designed to prevent inadvertent connections to luer slip or luer locking devices. The NeoMed Enteral Safety System (ESS) became the first system that complies with all of the recommendations set forth by ASPEN, AAMI, The Joint Commission and the USP Medication Safety Forum.
NeoMed offers a full portfolio of neonatal catheters and kits, metric only oral syringes in both clear and amber, urinary drainage catheters, and kits, umbilical catheters, insertion kits, breast milk containers and SafeBaby™ (B.M.T.) systems. Product information can be found on this website or by contacting a local representative. NeoMed enjoys partnerships will all national Group Purchasing Organization and IDNs. In addition, we have distribution agreements with all National Prime Vendors as well as selected regional specialty dealers. Our commitment to quality products and on time delivery are unparalleled.
Several future products are under development that are designed to improve clinical outcomes and enhance enteral safety expanding beyond the neonatal patient into Pediatrics and Adult applications. NeoMed will continue to develop its unique position, focus and vision for the patient. – less–ZoomInfo