Rochelle Park, New Jersey – The Business Partner of the Year award was based on Sterling Medical Devices’ significant contributions to the district, including help with the district’s curriculum development through advisory boards, and the institution of multiple paid internships, and summer employment for students of the district. Additional contributions by Sterling Medical Devices included donations of laptops, servers, and other equipment to enhance the district’s computer and engineering departments. Sterling Medical Devices was specifically commended for its efforts and aid in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Mr. Tankard, the principal of Bergen County Technical High School Teterboro Campus, characterized Dan Sterling, president of Sterling Medical Devices, as a “tremendous humanitarian” when describing Sterling’s efforts and aid to the district during the storm and in general.
Sterling Medical Devices, is a full-service medical device company, headquartered in Rochelle Park NJ, specializing in the design, development, testing and validation of medical devices. The firm is ISO13485 registered and provides services for every aspect of the development process: software, electronics, mechanical, quality, and compliance. Sterling Medical Devices has developed software and hardware for an array of medical products including implantable devices, and it has experience in external support and monitoring equipment.
Source: Sterling Medical Devices