Based and founded in 2012 on the banks of the Ohio River in Cincinnati. We were established to provide hospitals and surgeons better quality instruments that improve outcomes and yield the lowest Total Cost of Ownership. We frequently travel to Germany to hand pick our instruments and assure that the 50+ year old processes still remain the same. ACE Medical Proudly supports the specialties of Neurosurgery, Plastic Surgery, Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) Urology, Gynecology, Orthopedic and General Surgery. Our mission is to provide hospitals with equipment that is more durable and surgeons instruments that always work, especially during critical moments of your case. This attention to detail is most noticed from our repeat customers who have experienced the benefits for many years. Our spine instruments on average last 3-5 years and other than spring replacements require no additional sharpening or maintenance. Our ac bipolar™ forceps were a first of its kind. They have solid silver alloy non-stick tips that remain for the very long life of the instrument. In 2019 we implemented a Quality Management System to accurately track locate and identify all surgical instruments we manufacture, import and sell around the world. In 2020 ACE was awarded a 510K from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market and sell our kerrison rongeurs as neuro / spine instruments. Both of these major accomplishments, as well as our work on integrating unique device identifiers as bar codes onto our reusable instruments. This was done in compliance with ISO 13485:2016 and FDA 21 CFR Part 820 standards.
Lowest Total Cost of Ownership
All of ACE Medical instruments and equipment are made to the highest of engineering and process standards. Our instruments provide much longer life than our bigger name competitors. All of our instruments are made to perform, they rarely if ever need service and work when needed during critical procedures. This greatly reduces down time, the need for additional sets, replacement and maintenance agreements costs. An unintended benefit of using better reusable materials is our reduction in waste associated with inferior products.
To provide hospitals, surgeons, doctors and all healthcare professionals the very best equipment to treat patients, improve outcomes and reduce the costs associated with their care.