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Haines® Medical Australia is an Australian owned and operated company that has proudly supplied Australia’s Hospitals, Healthcare and Aged Care Facilities, Health Associations and the general community for over 30 years.

Why choose Haines?

Here are six reasons why you should choose Haines® Medical Australia for your infection control and patient handling equipment:

Australian-owned
Haines® Medical Australia is an Australian owned and operated company that has proudly supplied Australia’s Hospitals, Healthcare and Aged Care Facilities, Health Associations and the general community for over 30 years.

Specialists in Infection Control & Patient Handling Equipment
Our friendly staff can help you with expert advice and the ideal solution for your infection control and patient handling requirements.

Solution-driven product development
Haines works in consultation with healthcare professionals to design and develop products that meet the specific needs of hospitals, healthcare facilities.

High Quality Manufacturing Standards
Haines manufactures its own products to ensure the highest quality standards in both materials and production plus the added benefit of cost savings.

Easy Ordering and Same Day Despatch
All orders received (by email, phone or fax) by 2pm ACST will be despatched the same day for prompt delivery. Any back order items will be notified.

Free samples
Free samples are available to hospitals, healthcare and aged care facilities.

 

Quality Policy Statement

Haines Medical Australia is an Australian owned and operated company that has proudly supplied Australia’s Hospitals, Healthcare and Aged Care Facilities, Health Associations and the general community for over 30 years.  We specialise in a range of Infection Control and Manual Handling items.

Mission Objectives

Haines Medical Australia’s quality objectives are:

  • Meet and exceed customer expectations for quality
  • Continuous improvement in delivery of our products and services to our customers

Goals and Vision

We believe in these mission objectives and as an organisation commit to these as values.  These values will assist us in providing an outstanding customer service experience for our customers and will create a safe and enjoyable workplace for our employees.

Our management system addresses the following needs:

  • Customersunderstand the needs of our customers and monitor their level of satisfaction with our performance
  • Staff ensure all staff work in a participatory work ethic and are provided with opportunities to continue to improve through training and learning
  • Supplierswork in partnership with our suppliers to continue to ensure the needs of our customers are met.
  • Quality Assurance continual quality inspection and product improvement as well adherence to national product standards
  • Environmental control of waste, and regard for our environment throughout all processes
  • Informationensure all information and resources are readily available to support staff in their operations

 Haines Medical Australia has received a ISO Certification.

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Climate Friendly

Haines® Medical Australia recognises that Single Patient Use items although very beneficial for Health Care Facilities in many applications can sometimes be less positive for the environment. Where possible we always strive to develop quality, cost efficient products that are recyclable. Haines® Medical Australia has pro-actively established relationships with many of Australia’s recyclers – please contact us so we can work with you to recycle where possible.

In addition, Climate Friendly and Haines® Medical Australia have come together, to offset our carbon emissions to help protect the environment in which we operate, both locally and globally.

“We now offset all carbon emissions from electricity, company cars and air travel. We encourage other businesses, and our staff and customers to follow the Climate Friendly formula too,” says Corey White, Haines® Medical Australia. 

Visit www.climatefriendly.com today to get involved.

Our Social Responsibility

At Haines there are a number of ways we choose to give back. We focus our giving in two key areas of the human services and healthcare industry.  We do this by donating our skills and our knowledge and where appropriate our products.  

vietnam1International Aid
Haines regularly support medical professionals who travel to third world countries or countries that have experiences tragedies. Over the past few years Haines has provided supplies of Slippery Sally Slide Sheets to help in Suva, Solomon Islands, Hati, Vietnam and currently Nepal. To read more about our international aid support visit our News page.

 

Childhood Cancer Association  
cca logoHaines Medical Australia and so very proud to provide hands-on support to the Childhood Cancer Association. Today, eight out of 10 children survive cancer. Sixty years ago, cancer survival rate was extremely low.  Please join us and support the Childhood Cancer Association www.childhoodcancer.asn.au 

  • Each year, more than 625 children in Australia are diagnosed with cancer. Almost half are children aged 0–4yo
  • Every week, nearly three children in Australia die from cancer.
  • Today, eight out of 10 children survive. Sixty years ago, cancer survival rate was extremely low.  
  • Up to 70 per cent of long-term survivors go on to develop chronic health conditions as a result of their treatment such as organ toxicity, growth and hormonal deficiencies, infertility and secondary cancers.
  • Causes remain unknown for more than 90 per cent of childhood cancer cases but we do know almost half of all childhood cancer begins in the womb.
  • The most common childhood cancers are acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, brain cancer, lymphoma and neuroblastoma.
  •  Unlike many adult cancers, childhood cancer is not associated with lifestyle and nothing can be done to prevent it. Childhood cancer does not discriminate; it can affect any child from any socioeconomic or cultural background.
  • We support the Childhood Cancer Association in a number of ways:
  •  Professional Advice/Support - We provide professional advice to assist with the running on the association. This includes sourcing, purchasing and marketing
  • Quarterly in house fundraising lunches which provide funds that provide 6 night's of free accommodation for a country family staying in the city for treatment, or 8hrs of group counselling support for brothers & sisters of children with cancer, or 5hrs of home tutoring to help school aged children keep up with their schoolwork whilst undergoing treatment for cancer, or 2 families with a 'Family Pack' - providing essential items given to a family shortly after diagnosis, or 6hrs of bereavement support for brothers/sisters, parents & grandparents

Join us and support the Childhood Cancer Association www.childhoodcancer.asn.au

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