Consorta, Inc. Selects Ansell Healthcare as Preferred Supplier of Surgical and Exam Gloves


Ansell Healthcare, a leader in healthcare barrier protective products, recently entered into two separate three-year supplier agreements with Consorta, Inc., a leading healthcare resource management and healthcare group purchasing organization headquartered in Chicago. 

Effective April 1, 2006 through March 31, 2009, the dual agreement awards Ansell preferred supplier status for its complete lines of surgical and examination gloves, including the newest latex-free Derma Prene® PI surgical glove and Ansells full range of surgical latex gloves with SureFit Technology. Ansell also offers a powdered surgical glove to accommodate those facilities, which require an economical surgical glove. Furthermore, Ansell will continue to provide complimentary consultative programs to all Consorta members with an emphasis on glove management and utilization, risk management analysis, and continuing education programs.

We are please to continue our relationship with Ansell, said Vince Viverito, director of medical supplies and surgical services. The addition of several new surgical glove products rounds out their line for our members and offers our surgeons and nurses a choice.

Ansell is fully committed to developing and providing our customers with an extensive line of barrier protective products, clinical education, and service excellence, remarked Bobbie Camp, director of national accounts for Ansell. We value our long-term relationship with Consorta. Consorta will continue to benefit from being aligned with the right supplier and consistently receive the best service, value, and products on the market.

Source: Ansell Ltd.

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