CHS Named Distributor for Mennen Temperature Management

Tuesday January 2, 2018

CHS Named Distributor for Mennen Temperature Management Effective December 15, 2018, CHS is the exclusive distributor of Mennen Medical temperature management products

Canadian Hospital Specialties (CHS) named Exclusive Canadian Distributor of the Mennen Medical Temperature Management Warming and Cooling Systems (CritiCool and ALLON) and the NEW  Introduction of BILICARE - Non-Invasive Transcutaneous Bilirubin Meter Monitoring System


We are pleased to announce that Canadian Hospital Specialties (CHS) has been named as the exclusive distributor in Canada for the Mennen Medical Temperature Management systems and the transcutaneous bilirubin monitoring system effective December 15th, 2017.


CHS, a national specialty distributor and manufacturer of medical products based in Oakville, Ontario, has been providing services to the Canadian medical device industry for 50 years., CHS will be primarily responsible for meetingthe needs of Canadian customers relative to these items.


Mennen Medical Group is a leader in patient monitoring, targeted temperature management systems, diagnostic instrumentation and clinical information systems for hospital based cardiac catheterization, electrophysiology and critical care applications, with over 50 years’ experience as a vital signs monitoring technologies developer and manufacturer.


As part of the distribution partnership, Canadian Hospital Specialties will begin to sell and distribute the Mennen Medical products in Canada effective December 15th, 2017.

Effective December 15th all products may be ordered from CHS in Oakville, Ontario. CHS is ready to accept orders and will ensure all expected customer expectations will be met for the affected Mennen Medical product line.

For all customer service related inquiries, please use our toll-free line to access our CHS Customer Care
Representatives, 1.800.461.1423. Or, if you have any questions, please contact your CHS Sales Representative.

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