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Atrium Recognized by Business NH Magazine

Wed, 09/08/2010 - 1:36pm
Bio-Medicine.Org

HUDSON, N.H., Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Atrium Medical Corporation is proud to announce that it has been recognized by Business NH Magazine's September 2010 publication of Top 100 Private Companies in New Hampshire. The company has been ranked #12 of the fastest growing private firms in NH, and #9 overall in corporate revenue rankings based on last year's 2009 reported revenues. Atrium has placed prominently among the state's Top 100 private firms in size and rate of growth for the third year in a row.

According to the company's founder and CEO Steve Herweck, "Extraordinary profit and earnings growth, as well as incredible employee growth over the last 5 years is a result of management's commitment to organic and self funded developments in a broad spectrum of clinically relevant medical device technologies." These market leading products include proprietary items in Interventional Cardiology and Radiology, Vascular Surgery, BioSurgery, and Thoracic Surgery which are all designed, engineered and produced at its Hudson, New Hampshire manufacturing facility.

As Atrium approaches its 30th anniversary in early 2011 with plans for continued expansion in southern New Hampshire, this most recent corporate recognition affirms the company's MedTech legacy of enhanced patient outcomes in a highly regulated and diversified healthcare industry. The company's passion for innovation and quality are supported by its internally funded developments in innovation, employee training and advancement, evidence-based clinical trials, global logistics, state-of-the-art enterprise software operations and world class manufacturing.  

About Atrium

Atrium's vast expertise in medical device technologies for the treatment of coronary and vascular disease, chest trauma, hernia and soft tissue injury has brought a number of breakthrough advances in several diversified healthcare markets including interventional cardiology and radiology, ches

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