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Company Overview of Sarnova, Inc.
Sarnova, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the distribution of healthcare products to national emergency care providers, hospitals, advanced patient-care facilities, schools and universities, businesses, and federal government agencies. It offers new and recertified defibrillators, vital signs monitors, EKGs, automated external defibrillators, pulse oximeters, and more; emergency medical equipment; and targeted clinical product solutions, such as medication delivery, secretion clearance, airway management, anesthesia, monitoring, ventilation, resuscitation, and oxygen therapy products. Sarnova, Inc. was founded in 2008 and is based in Dublin, Ohio.
5000 Tuttle Crossing Boulevard
Dublin, OH 43016
Founded in 2008
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