Born from private research, ATH Medical SAS is a French innovative company created in 2013, willing to ensure safety and financial risk management of the implantable and reusable medical devices for hospitals and patients.
At the heart of Europe and Asia, with our offices in France and Hong-Kong, we provide support to public and private healthcare institutions all over the world.
Our R&D efficiency allows to enhance patented solutions, and acknowledged universally as a real answer to instrument and implant data management issues met by sterilization departments and operating rooms.
We implement in-real-time traceability systems, secure, flexible and scalable that ensure database creation and management step by step, with productivity and security.
In 2014, ATH Medical received the INNOSTER award; prize awarded by the French heads of department, for the most innovative product range in the field of traceability. That same year, we were semi-finalist of the StartMeUp innovation international competition.
In 2015, a medical and economic evaluation of our system in partnership with Lille University Regional Hospital Centre and UNIHA group, central purchasing organization established by the French Health Ministry.
In 2016, thanks to their study using AnciTrak® for loan instruments management, Lille University Regional Hospital Centre received the prestigious scientific e-poster award during WFHSS 2016.
Since 2017, ATH Medical is a member of the Sterimed Group.
With ATH Medical, more than 3,000,000 instruments are safely identified and tracked each year.
We are innovating providing excellence (for sterilization departments, operating rooms and their teams)
We have respect and empathy for our customers (to offer solutions well-adapted to real expectations)
We are passionate and reactive (to anticipate needs and changes)
Guarantee the health and financial traceability of the Implantable and Reusable Medical Devices from industry to the patient.
Become a leader in Medical Device identification through our innovations, regardless of the complexity of instruments and the type of surgery.