News | June 08, 2008

Curlin Awarded Pain Management, Local Anesthetic Contract by Premier

June 9, 2008 - Curlin Medical was recently awarded a three-year contract to provide its advanced pain management-local anesthetic devices and related products to Premier Inc., an alliance of nonprofit hospitals and healthcare systems comprising the nation's largest integrated healthcare network.

The contract, effective June 1, includes Curlin AutoMed and Accufuser infusion therapy and pain management devices, consumables, and service agreements. This is the first contract between Curlin Medical and Premier.

Curlin Medical, a subsidiary of Moog Inc., develops and manufactures solutions for pain management.

Premier serves 1,700 U.S. hospitals and more than 49,000 other healthcare sites.

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