An Enthusiastic and Committed Community of Suppliers: OpenMarkets’ Top Suppliers for September

OpenMarkets is thrilled to present our Top Suppliers for the month of September within the Exchange. Each supplier has earned the “Top Supplier” designation for September 2020 because of their dedication to providing attentive and efficient customer service to our healthcare providers.

OpenMarkets values making new connections between suppliers and providers every day. In fact, the marriage of an efficient online buying experience and excellent customer service from suppliers is what has so many hospitals, surgery centers and physicians’ offices turning to OpenMarkets for their equipment and PPE needs. 

Please join us in congratulating our September Top Suppliers (returning top suppliers are in bold):

  1. Douglas Equipment
  2. Novum Medical Products
  3. Cheap Ink Recycling
  4. STERIS Corporation
  5. CIA Medical
  6. Vitality Medical
  7. VWR
  8. Schaerer Medical
  9. Telemetry HC
  10. Auxo Medical

OpenMarkets’ accomplishments could not be made possible without an enthusiastic and committed community of suppliers. Although today we extend our gratitude and highlight the above suppliers for their outstanding efforts, every single supplier is important to the success of OpenMarkets.

Top Suppliers Sept 2020

About OpenMarkets 

OpenMarkets is a rapidly growing technology company reinventing the healthcare equipment marketplace with an emphasis on data, collaboration, and simplicity. We are changing what’s possible for buyers and sellers of healthcare equipment. Discover more about our technology and the power of our data at or follow us @_OpenMarkets.



About Author

Tom Derrick
Tom Derrick

Tom leads a range of core functions for OpenMarkets, including strategic partnerships and business development. Prior to OpenMarkets, Tom served as a senior communications director for a rapidly growing medical device manufacturer, and as a D.C.-based public relations director conducting advocacy for the orthotic and prosthetic community. Tom is a co-founder of OpenMarkets. He has degrees from Wake Forest and DePaul Universities.

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