Since 1993, GV Health has been a trusted partner and contract provider for organisations in Europe, North and South America, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. We are trusted to support their commitments in preventing disease and infection to create safer environments for people to live and work in.
With established expertise in research, development, manufacturing and distribution, GV Health leads the way in environmental hygiene, spill management, PPE, health worker and patient safety, and healthcare waste management solutions.
Every hospital within the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) uses our products as do leading healthcare providers around the world. We innovate for the widest variety of clinical settings across the world including veterinary practices and dental clinics, as well as commercial enterprises including hospitality and office spaces looking to protect customers and staff.
Protecting people extends to sustainability commitments. Advancements in manufacturing and regulation not only improve human health but help reduce the net impact on the wider environment.
Strong on innovation
Our commitment to transforming standards in healthcare and public health sees us combine research and development with our global manufacturing. Our deep understanding of the challenges, needs and goals of all end users ensures we innovate to drive the sector forward in terms of product design and education platforms, as well as minimising the environmental impact.
From products to our aftercare support and our digital systems; we bring together a uniquely integrated approach across broad disciplines and fields.
With this commitment, it’s unsurprising that GV Health is at the forefront of invention
First to put no sharps symbol on bags.
First to manufacture
a single use tabard
for drug rounds
in partnership with the productive ward initiative.
First to introduce biodegradable aprons and tabards, that biodegrade without leaving toxic residues or microplastics.
First to produce
double sided tiger stripe to avoid confusion with other yellow waste streams.
First to manufacture purple cytotoxic bags to avoid confusion with other yellow waste streams.
First to market
with ADR bulk bags and to obtain certification.
First to manufacture a mattress bag which meets ADR certification.
First to interpret
the new legislation and translate it
into user friendly guidelines for our customers.
GV Health by numbers
To provide leading quality products, while meeting customer cost needs and demand, requires a comprehensive and co-ordinated approach to manufacturing and development. Our international supply chain is central to delivering this, with our teams, partners and distribution channels connected around the world.
With manufacturing plants in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Asia our robust and responsive supply chain has been pivotal in supporting the wider community to create safe environments in which people live and work.