Developing Medical Innovation

We manufacture new medical technologies from the NHS and beyond to improve patient care

Revolutionary new technologies

Medovate is a dynamic medical device company dedicated to manufacturing innovative new medical devices and bringing them to market to help improve patient care.

We work closely with NHS clinicians and professionals to take their innovative ideas for new medical devices through the full development cycle including manufacturing, regulatory compliance and market launch.

The Medovate team comprises dedicated and experienced professionals, representing a significant number of years collective knowledge and expertise acquired through working in the medical technologies sector.

** COVID-19 pandemic: Medovate continues to remain fully open during this time with staff enabled to work from home. Please continue to contact us via phone and e-mail.****

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“Best Medical Device Innovation Development Company 2021 – UK” by Global Health and Pharma (GHP)

22nd June, 2021

Medovate has been named “Best Medical Device Innovation Development Company 2021 – UK” for its collaboration, determination and enthusiasm to support the development of NHS-created innovation.


Medovate partners with Markomed to evaluate SAFIRA® in Croatia

18th June, 2021

Medovate is delighted to be partnering with Markomed to evaluate SAFIRA® (SAFer Injection for Regional Anaesthesia) in Croatia. Evaluations of SAFIRA™ will take place at the University Hospital Centre Zagreb and will assess SAFIRA™’s clinical performance and collate feedback from clinicians.


World first - lion becomes first animal to have dental surgery using revolutionary new regional anaesthesia device SAFIRA®

9th June, 2021

A male lion at Five Sisters Zoo (FSZ) in West Calder in Scotland has become the first animal in the world to have dental surgery using a revolutionary regional anaesthesia device, SAFIRA®, developed by NHS clinicians. The lion was confiscated from a travelling circus in Belgium where he had been mistreated. The lion has been successfully re-homed at FSZ where the expert team have led his rehabilitation so he can now live a happier life.