The MediViCo Promise
MediViCo is a tight-knit team of professionals with the dream of making reliable PPE and health supplies and services available to everyday people across the globe. We put people first, from our customers, to our suppliers, and to each team member. There’s a very simple reason for that: Because we wouldn’t be able to do our job if it was any other way.
Our team has years of experience executing on large scale contracts which has given us the confidence and knowhow to get the job done in times that it matters most. But of course, we don’t rely solely on our past achievements. We’ve done our homework and checked it twice too. Our due diligence our manufacturing facilities ensures that all quality certificates, production reports, product quality, government registrations, and exportation procedures are in place for guaranteed product delivery to wherever it’s going in the world.
We knew why we got up to go to work each day long before the COVID-19 pandemic, but now we’re pushing the pedal to the floor. We know that the work we’re doing today is far better than the work we were doing months ago. And we know that the work we’ll be doing in a few months is far better than the work we’re doing today. That’s because we wake up inspired to make peoples' lives a bit better each day by ensuring them they’ll have the medical equipment they need, when they need it. As a team, we each start our days with that belief as a motivator. And that is what makes MediViCo a trusted and reliable supplier of health equipment and services.
High Stakes, High Opportunity
Today, as we all know, is unlike any other time in our existence. Making the need of today to dream bigger and work harder. While we’re all discovering how to manage this new style of living, we take notice of changes that need to be made moving forward. One thing MediViCo has taken notice of is the opportunity in supply chains.
With the pressure increasing to attempt to return to a normal life while ensuring the safety and health of the public, the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has requested from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) to allow healthcare professionals to use face masks that are regulated by another federal agency in attempt to increase the amount of readily available face masks.
Nearly a quarter of all small businesses are being forced to close their doors temporarily. MediViCo is fortunate enough to operate at the same capacity it was prior to the coronavirus pandemic. We’re well aware of just how lucky we are, and because of that we’re even more grateful. We’re grateful to have the opportunity to go to work each day, which is really just our kitchen counters at the moment, and we’re even more grateful to have the opportunity to make a difference in the world.
Healthcare professionals around the world haven’t had the luxury of working from their kitchen counters. Instead, they’re at ground zero. They’re on the frontline. Their job calls for them to put their lives on the line, so that we can all return to ours as soon as possible. As a supplier of medical equipment from masks to gowns to gloves, MediViCo is happy to be able to lend a helping hand to the medical community. Our first contribution to the medical community was our donation of 1,500 face masks to Advocate Aurora Health in Libertyville, Illinois. We anticipate many more opportunities to do the same in the near future!
In the grand scheme of it all, our contribution is just a small piece. But that doesn’t deter us. Which is why we have been, and will continue to, provide donations as frequently as we can.
Months have flown by since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and many of us are wondering, “what’s next”? The truth is that there is no way to be 100% certain of what is to come. To us at MediViCo, that means we’re in the perfect position to show the world just how bold we are. It’s time for us to put our heads down and use our knowledge and creativity to see this pandemic out. As stated before, we know the work we’ll be doing months from now is better than the work we’re doing today. And that is why we’re so hopeful.
We’re already beginning to see change in the world from the early days of the pandemic. We’re seeing coronavirus survivors leaving the hospitals, we’re seeing healthcare workers getting to hug their loved ones for the first time in months, we’re seeing a difference being made in the world. Whether you see these as big or small changes, they’re enough to push us to the end. So, what do we do moving forward? We keep doing business the MediViCo way – with grit, passion, and integrity – until the last coronavirus survivor leaves the hospital, and the last healthcare worker gets to go home.