Medical instrument manufacturer Surgical Innovation (SI) looking for a new facility in Leeds
After managing to secure a £5.05m financing package from the Regional Growth Fund, medical instrument manufacturer Surgical Innovation (SI) is now actively evaluating three sites near Leeds for the development of its new facility in the area.
As a news report on the matter has revealed, the future 58,000 sq ft facility will also incorporate a 10,000 sq ft clinical training centre and is expected to bring "significant operational efficiencies".
Designed to optimise SI’s production capabilities, the future facility’s clinical training centre will also act as a catalyst for innovation enabling international surgeons to develop best clinical practice in new areas of MIS (minimally invasive surgery), use and critique SI’s latest medical device technologies and allow SI to expand its development programme into new areas of MIS.
The centre will combine classic training methods of laparoscopic work stations with cadaveric and dissection facilities and a simulated operating room. It is envisaged that SI will develop one of the premier facilities in the UK that will support the growing demand for clinical training both from home and abroad.
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