Polymer Technology signs agreement to supply CardioChek PA test system to Workwell Consultants

Published on January 28, 2014 at 7:24 AM · No Comments

Polymer Technology Systems, Inc. (PTS, Inc.), the U.S.-based manufacturer of the CardioChek® family of point-of-care diagnostic products and Whitmire Medical have announced the signing of an agreement to supply the CardioChek PA test system to Workwell Consultants as part of its ongoing effort to create healthier workplaces. 

Workwell Consultants is a national leader in assisting organizations in creating comprehensive and strategic approaches to employee health and productivity management.  The CardioChek PA test system is an ideal fit for Workwell Consultants' initiatives because it provides lipid panel results in less than two minutes.

Workwell Consultants knows what it takes to build world-class employee health and wellness programs.  Just ask Dr. Stefan Humphries, President and CEO of Workwell Consultants.  Dr. Humphries also happens to be a member of the 1985 Chicago Bears Superbowl Champions, two-time Academic All-American, and Big Ten Conference Medal of Honor winner for excellence in Academics and Athletics.

At Workwell Consultants it takes having strategic, expert teammates, a never-ending pursuit of excellence, and superior equipment to succeed.

"We were utilizing a different platform, but felt, with the rapid advances in technology coupled with the need to manage costs and waste appropriately without sacrificing quality, we needed a point-of-care distributor partner that could independently represent Workwell Consultants' needs.  With 25 years of POC experience and a reputation for delivering the 'right' solutions, we chose Whitmire Medical.  They were instrumental in assisting us to find the platform and the manufacturing partner we needed." said Dr. Humphries.

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