A Golden Past and Bright Future…

Martab News

Martab Medical, a leading provider of innovative products and services, is celebrating 50 Years of successfully meeting and exceeding the needs of its customers in an ever changing and evolving healthcare industry.

Anthony C. Marmo, Jr. established the company in 1966. Originally named Martab Physician and Hospital Supply Corporation the company focused on the medical device needs of physician offices and hospitals throughout northern New Jersey. During the 1970’s and 1980’s Martab distributed medical supplies from many leading companies such as Becton Dickinson, Johnson & Johnson and CR Bard.

In the late 1990’s the company was purchased by Anthony and John Marmo, the two sons of the founder. During that time Martab Medical changed its focus to more technical and specialized medical devices such as those used in surgery, critical care, emergency medicine and infant care. Over the years, Martab helped bring to market breakthrough technologies such as the pulse oximeter, non-invasive ventilator, valved central line catheter, high flow therapy and the intraosseous infusion system. Many of these advancements are the standard-of-care in medicine today.

As the company grew the owners envisioned diversifying the business by expanding into the healthcare services sector. Accordingly, in 2006, Martab purchased NewTech Associates which provided clinical engineering and equipment rental services. In short time, Martab was able to innovate these services by creating a unique Asset Management Program that utilizes technology and process to help healthcare providers reduce costs and provide quality care.

Today, Martab continues to expand by adding multiple locations throughout the northeast and mid-Atlantic states. The company has more than 1,000 hospitals, long-term care facilities and home care customers that rely on their products and service 24x7x365. Going forward the future looks even brighter as Martab focuses on national and international expansion as well as continued growth.