SynCardia Systems, Inc. Honored With the 2015 Medical Company of the Year Award by Az Business Magazine

SynCardia Systems, Inc. Honored With the 2015 Medical Company of the Year Award by Az Business Magazine

Az Business magazine’s 8th annual Healthcare Leadership Awards recognizes outstanding industry men, women, institutions and companies.
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Don Isaacs, SynCardia Systems, Inc. vice president of communications, shows the audience at the HealthCare Leadership Awards ceremony the 50cc SynCardia Total Artificial Heart that is the subject of a clinical study. He accepted SynCardia System Inc.’s award for 2015 Medical Company of the Year that was presented by Az Business magazine.

Don Isaacs, vice president of communications, accepts Az Business magazine’s 2015 HealthCare Leadership Award for Medical Company of the Year. Making the presentation is Dr. James Napoli, senior medical director, provider partnership and care transformation, with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Southern Arizona.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015 - 1:05pm

CAMPAIGN: SynCardia Awards and Recognition

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TUCSON, Ariz., April 14, 2015 /3BL Media/ – On April 9, SynCardia Systems, Inc. was honored with the 2015 Medical Company of the Year Award in the 8th annual Az Business magazine Healthcare Leadership Awards.

“The Healthcare Leadership Awards honors the women, men and institutions whose passion and innovation are saving lives, extending lives and improving the quality of our lives,” says Cheryl Green, publisher for AZ Big Media, which publishes Az Business magazine, Arizona’s largest business publication.

A panel of industry experts named finalists and award winners in 11 healthcare categories. SynCardia was one of three finalists in its category with the other finalists being Medtronic and Insys Therapeutics.

“Tucson and Arizona is the international headquarters for the first and only FDA, Health Canada and CE-mark approved Total Artificial Heart in the world,” says Michael P. Garippa, CEO and President of SynCardia. “From 1969 through 2014 there have been 1,458 implants of 13 different artificial heart designs. The SynCardia Total Artificial Heart and its direct predecessors account for 1,397 or 96% of all implants.”



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SynCardia Systems, Inc.