NordiCare is an industry-leading Swedish company in medical technology products, with customers in healthcare and rehabilitation throughout the Nordic region. We design and market carefully selected products and solutions. Our vision is to create products and solutions that add value to our customers.
Improved health economy
Today, healthcare is facing a growing challenge - finding cost-effective solutions for both better and more time-saving care and rehabilitation. Developing solutions for this challenge is one of NordiCare's strongest driving forces.
A central part of NordiCare's product development is function and user-friendliness - our driving force is to develop functional products in attractive design that make everyday life easier for both users and the medical profession. We call it Human Design.
NordiCare's range has been developed with the customers' needs in focus. In order to be able to offer the best solutions and the highest quality, we cooperate with selected internationally leading material manufacturers and manufacturers. The assortment is being developed continuously, where the choice of partners is at least as important as their own design and development work. Customers should always feel secure in the selection of NordiCare's products both in terms of its quality, function and environmental impact. We call it Carefully Selected.
History & Customers
NordiCare was founded in 2004 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the design and innovation company Carlia Consulting AB. The company was founded by Helena Peters, who was also active in the foundation of Carlia Consulting AB in 1994. Today, NordiCare has just over 2000 customers throughout Europe including public university hospitals and private healthcare providers throughout the Nordic region. NordiCare is a contracted supplier for every university hospital in the Nordic countries.
Member of Swedish Medtech
NordiCare has been a member of Swedish Medtech since 2015. Swedish Medtech is the industry organization for medical technology and today has around 170 member companies that account for nearly 90 percent of the medical technology market in Sweden.