medical depot

medical depot

A US Army establishment that receives, stores and distributes medical supplies, including drugs, bandages, instruments and so on. Depots may also be charged with repairing and procuring equipment.
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Securities and Exchange Commission, is downgrading and subsequently withdrawing the ratings of Medical Depot Holdings, Inc.
Capitala Finance Corp (Nasdaq:CPTA) stated on Friday that it recently exited completely from its debt and equity investments in Medical Depot Inc (Drive Medical), a global manufacturer and distributor of durable medical equipment, on 3 January 2017.
Army veteran of World War II, serving with the 27th Medical Depot in the South Pacific.
He said, central medical depot established in the labour colony had a capacity to store medicines according to international standard from where it had become more easy to send medicines to all social security hospitals and centres throughout the province.
9 October 2013 -- US financial services and manufacturing firm GE's (NYSE: GE) GE Capital unit's Healthcare Financial Services division said that it is serving as administrative agent on a USD 115m senior secured credit facility for Medical Depot Inc doing business as Drive Medical.
In a typical week, our ETT would brief the ANA Force Modernization GM at the Ministry of Defense, conduct classes on managing temperature-sensitive medical supplies (cold-chain management) at the Medical Stocks Command, conduct convoys throughout the city (and quickly navigate to alternate routes when improvised explosive devices changed our plans), referee disputes with antagonistic commercial vendors at the medical depot, and facilitate the development of products like the Afghan first aid kit.
The AFFC, housed in a former Army Medical Depot, began operations with just over 2,700 people, boasted an initial $11 million annual payroll and, according to a Denver Post article of that era, constituted a "new industry" for the area.
Among the largest transactions completed in 2004 was a 128,000-square-foot lease signed by Medical Depot, an international distributor of medical equipment, at 250 Kennedy Drive, a one-story industrial facility located in Hauppauge, NY.
Chicago: Fitch Ratings is downgrading and subsequently withdrawing the ratings of Medical Depot Holdings, Inc.
He attended Clinton High School, and was a US Army Veteran of WWII, serving with the 27th Medical Depot in the South Pacific.
Ted Trias of Sutton & Edwards represented Medical Depot in the lease negotiations.
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