Governor recognizes GF Health Products for export excellence

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

ATLANTA – Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, in conjunction with the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD), recently presented Graham-Field with the Georgia Launching Opportunities by Exporting (GLOBE) Award. “It is gratifying to know how well Graham-Field’s USA-manufactured medical equipment is respected throughout the world,” said President and CEO Ken Spett, who accepted the award. It is because of companies like Graham-Field that Georgia has earned a reputation as a leader in international trade, said the commissioner of the GDEcD. “With our strong international presence, Georgia is ready and able to support companies looking to achieve new levels of success,” Pat Wilson said. Graham-Field and its more than 300 employees make healthcare products for the acute care, extended care, homecare and primary care markets. Its brands include Basic American, American Medical Products, Everest & Jennings, Grafco, John Bunn, Labtron, Lumex and Lumiscope.