Here in New Jersey, Sterling Medical Devices Makes Med Tech to Order

Author: Dan Sterling | Date: December 17, 2020

Sterling Medical Devices's Dan Sterling speaking

Dan Sterling of Sterling Medical Devices | Screenshot by Esther Surden

Suppose you are developing an implant that involves both hardware and software, or an external device for diagnosing a disease or providing therapy. Or perhaps you are developing software that can be hosted on a variety of platforms. If the devices are used in or for humans, Sterling Medical Devices (Moonachie) can help you out.

That’s according to Dan Sterling, founder, president and CEO. Sterling Medical Devices began as a consulting operation in 1998, but really got started as a company in 2004, he told NJTechWeekly.com. “We’re almost 100 people now, and I’m not doing consulting myself anymore. I occasionally get involved in projects, but from an extremely high level. For me it’s been a real journey.”

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