22nd Jan

Murray Woods Group acquires Hibernia Medical

Hibernia Medical

We are thrilled to announce that the Murray Woods Group have expanded their business by acquiring Hibernia Medical, a leading supplier of medical equipment, consumables and servicing. Hibernia Medical are also specialists in providing innovative world class surgery fit outs.

What does this mean for you?

On a day-to-day, it’s business as usual only now we have new resources and capabilities to continue driving value for you and ensuring exceptional customer service.

What does this mean for us?

Our entire staff is now a part of the Murray Woods Group! Our head office remains in Ballymount, Dublin and we continue to supply nationwide. We will continue to lead this dedicated and talented team under Murray Woods Group.

Our story continues…

Caleb and Richard set out with a vision to provide a dental company that delivered an effective solution to non-clinical problems within the dental practice. This offers the dentist complete peace of mind! Our combined 20 years expertise, dedicated work ethic and outstanding engineering capabilities has allowed us to grow. Along the way, we have promptly solved big problems for dentists whilst optimising budgets and providing excellent after sales support. Therefore, joining forces with a company as passionate about medical equipment and supplies as us, is what takes us into the next chapter in our storybook. Stay tuned to see where our growth and innovation takes us from here.

Thank you!

We want to take this opportunity to thank our valued customers for putting your trust in us over the years and bringing us to where we are today. Our engineers, customer service representatives, support agents… everybody is driven to make your busy work environment better and easier for you. This commitment is stronger than ever during this exciting time.

Call: 01 866 5727

Email: sales@hiberniamedical.ie


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