Globally Competitive Manufacturing for Healthcare
Through our quality-driven contract manufacturing, we empower OEMs to speed new products to market, and set the pace of healthcare innovation. We specialize in the manufacture of Class I & II medical devices and personal care products. Examples of categories of products manufactured include Oral Care, Drug Delivery, Respiratory, Diagnostics, Light-based Products, and Personal Care products.
Electric Toothbrushes, Electric Flossers, Disposables, Accessories
Infusion Pumps, Insulin Pumps, Pharmaceutical Drug Delivery, E-Vapor Devices
Nebulizers, Ventilators, CPAPs & BiPAPs, Oxygen Concentrators, Anesthesia Equipment, Disposables
Disposables, Testers, Cardiac Monitors, Blood Collection, Accessories
Hair Growth, Hair Removal, Skincare, Environment Control
TENS Units, Skin Beautification, Cellulite Reduction
Within the above categories, we also specialize in product development involving pump and motor development, electronics assembly, and performing tight tolerance injection molding involving highly engineered resins to mold parts that would need to be autoclavable. Such highly engineered resins include Polysulfone, Ultem®, PPSU, and PEEK materials.
Manufacturing support may include finished goods assembly (including packaging), sub-assemblies, or components (i.e. injection molding only) of mechanical and electro-mechanical systems and may also include production of the device-related accessories. Our Class 7 (10K) and Class 8 (100K) Cleanrooms are well-suited to support various production volumes and are scalable. We also offer sterilization options, including EtO and Gamma Ray.
Our comprehensive suite of manufacturing capabilities yields important benefits that medical device OEMs value, such as achieving high production output, reducing lead times, real-time access to production line performance, high touch account support, and supply chain consolidation. This enables our customers to reduce the complexity and size of their supply base.
Providence uniquely combines the above while ensuring complete compliance with the U.S. FDA’s 21 CFR Part 820, ISO 13485, and China’s NMPA (formerly CFDA).