Our Women’s and Children’s Health Division is based upon providing quality systems and tools for the specialist obstetric, neonatal, paediatric, and adult intensive care markets.
By supporting various medical specialties, we aim to assist professional care given to patients throughout all stages of life – from pregnancy, neonatal/newborn, though to adult care.
Through provision of world leading products, ongoing clinical education, and customer support, In Vitro Technologies’ Women’s and Children’s Health Division provides Specialised Care, For Life.
To continually improve the way we do things so we meet or exceed our customers’ expectations in the most efficient manner, providing us with a competitive edge in the market place and sustainable success.
Our Women’s and Children’s Health Division provides quality products, systems, and tools, together with ongoing training and support for specialist obstetric, neonatal/newborn, paediatric, and adult intensive care professionals. Our valued partners include companies who place patient outcomes; and staff efficiency and safety at the forefront of their business.
During my 10 years as a professional representative in the Medical Sales Industry, I have enjoyed several roles including Clinical Sales Specialist and Clinical Educator, Product Manager and National Sales Manager. This encompassing multiple business groups including ENT, Anaesthetics, Surgical, Urology and Gastrointestinal
This is supported by 17 years clinical experience as a Paediatric Emergency Registered Nurse, Educator and Clinical Lecturer. It is my goal to continue to maintain, build and strengthen customer relationships working with a company that is team focused, structured and dynamic.
Chris Gricks has 12 years of medical sales and biomedical engineering experience prior to commencing work at In Vitro Technologies in 2010. As well as supporting the Women’s and Children’s Health Division, Chris also has extensive experience in our Infection Control division. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering and particularly enjoys the challenges of demonstrating and supporting complex medical devices, and supporting medical professionals.