Sterling Medical Devices specializes in the design, development, and testing of medical devices. Sterling addresses every aspect of the development process: software, electronics, mechanical, quality, and compliance. Our goal is to make sure you get the FDA approval and CE Marking you need to bring your device to market.

About Sterling Medical Devices
Our team of over 50 engineers is highly educated, highly trained and totally focused on the needs of our clients.

Sterling Medical Devices was founded in 1998 as SterlingTech, Inc. by President and CEO Daniel Sterling. The company’s early years were focused around the development and testing of medical device software. As our clients’ needs and expectations grew, so did Sterling’s services and medical device development capabilities.

Today, with two offices and over 50 employees, Sterling Medical Devices specialize in the complete design, development, and testing of medical devices. Though our services and capabilities have expanded to include system, electronic and mechanical disciplines, Sterling has not forgotten its software roots. Through our “Sterling Approach” software-driven devices controlling hardware and systems are developed in an optimal way which leads to better estimates, fewer hardware iterations, and earlier market release.

Sterling Medical Devices has developed more than 500 medical device products for over 125 companies, ranging from Class II diagnostic and therapeutic systems to Class III implantable devices, using embedded systems, PC based devices, smartphones/tablets, and web/Cloud services. We are proud to have worked with such prestigious organizations as Covidien, St. Jude Medical, Medtronic, Boston Scientific, Johnson & Johnson, and many more. We have also partnered with a number of early-stage companies to help them bring new products to market. In every case, we produce the right product in the right timeframe with the right budget.

Off The Shelf Components

When developing your medical device we always consider using “off the shelf components” as much as possible, for both hardware and software. We only develop “custom” solutions when a cost effective “off the shelf solution” is not available or does not meet your requirements. Our customers own the rights to anything we develop for them.