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Award for the Physiological Monitoring Team for their work with Tempus Pro

Acting Surgeon General, Major General Martin Bricknell attended the Minister for Defence Procurement Acquisition Awards earlier in the week. This year eleven teams were recognised for their achievements, including the Physiological Monitoring Project Team for their work on the Tempus Pro. We are proud to be recognised as part of that team.

Following the announcement earlier this year of a contract worth £14 million with the UK MOD, the whole project has been celebrated and the team responsible have presented with an Award. This highlights how “Smart Procurement” can offer multiple benefits for a complete Spectrum of Stakeholders. The roll out of the devices has been a great success and we have already developed some additional capabilities that they required such as the anesthetic gas module and extended display.

Chief Executive Officer of the DE&S, Tony Douglas, said: “This state-of-the-art piece of equipment shows how we are delivering proven, world-leading equipment to our Armed Forces. The Tempus Pro monitor is a step forward in innovation and safety, demonstrating how we are committed to improving the medical care received by those keeping our country safe. This deal also highlights DE&S’ strong, collaborative partnership with industry, benefitting both our Armed Forces and the wider UK economy by sustaining around 60 UK jobs.”