Henry Schein Medical to Showcase Solutions at First There First Care & Gathering of Eagles Conference

Henry Schein Medical, the U.S. medical division of Henry Schein, Inc. (Nasdaq: HSIC), announced today that it will showcase a comprehensive array of its EMS products and services at the First There First Care & Gathering of Eagles Conference. These offerings, which support the future of the industry, include mobile integrated health, community paramedicine, and other community-based care models. The team will be present at booth #75 from June 10 to June 14 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida.

At the conference, Henry Schein Medical EMS team members, along with representatives from Abbott, GE HealthCare, Hartwell Medical, MedSource, MERET, and VendNovation, will be available to answer questions and provide customized solutions. EMS professionals can explore the company’s extensive laboratory solutions, including point-of-care testing options that deliver rapid results, enabling first responders to make critical decisions in the field.

“Our team has attended this conference since its inception, and it has been inspiring to witness the advancements in the field with new technologies and products,” said Dan O’Connell, General Manager of Henry Schein Medical EMS. “From telehealth to point-of-care testing, our team is equipped to support the next evolution of EMS, and we will be there for our customers every step of the way.”

Visitors to the Henry Schein Medical EMS booth can see product demonstrations of the GE HealthCare Vscan Air™ ultrasound and VendNovation, a cloud-based vending management software that allows centralized control and real-time visibility of product dispensing from anywhere. The booth will also feature hands-on demonstrations evaluating the performance and durability of supraglottic airway devices in extreme environments, such as military combat and EMS settings.

Additionally, Henry Schein Medical EMS is sponsoring the Advanced Trauma Workshop sessions at the conference. These sessions include demonstrations of the EchoNous KOSMOS portable ultrasound and rotating hands-on skills stations for trauma assessment, patient management, and high-fidelity manikin scenarios.

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