precision machining and plastic molding center
provides tooling and piece parts to assure quality and availability meet focused customer performance indicators.
HIGH VOLTAGE TEST AND VALIDATION
center on critical validation to meet and exceed customer specification.
R&D AND ENGINEERING LABS
serves to advance next-generation components in anticipation of customer needs.
The mission of Parker Medical, Inc. remains the same as it did in our 1984 charter: to play a role in the advancement of healthcare, increase x-ray component and related industry technology, invest in facilities and resources, and offer workforce career opportunity.
Today, Parker is proud to remain at the forefront of helping to diagnose disease, provide quicker treatment, and accelerate cure time along with our customers and partners.
The Parker portfolio continues to expand to the aerospace, homeland security, research and science, and government industries.
STRENGTHS THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE
THE PARKER ADVANTAGE
Parker has a passion for US manufacturing. Because of this, we’ve sought to apply our quality and expertise to every stage of development by creating each product. This in turn provides more jobs for our community and ensures career paths for our workforce.
X-RAY COMPONENTS TECHNOLOGY
Parker Medical has had the privilege of working with some of the great pioneers in the x-ray imaging industry:
• OEC Medical Systems
• Eureka Company
• Lunar Corporation
• Picker International
• Philips Medical
• Okonite Company
Parker’s expertise stems from x-ray source patent technology and cumulative engineering experience in the areas of:
- Electrical Stressors
- Vacuum Ceramics
- High Energy Systems
- High Voltage Chain Components Test & Validation
- Equipment Calibration
- Components Miniaturization
- Precision Machining & Tool Making
- Advanced Polymers
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
William Parker Holland, Sr. founded Parker Medical, Inc. with the PMI logo PMI embedded in a rendition of a Gaussian distribution. The Gaussian distribution is a continuous function which approximates the exact binomial distribution of events. In this instance, it demonstrates the culmination of x-ray imaging chain components that combine best geometry, physics, and elemental attributes for a superior x-ray resulting in better diagnosis. The new PARKER logo is a tribute to Bill Holland’s significant contributions to the x-ray imaging industry and his legacy as we explore aerospace, homeland security, and other industries under the Parker umbrella.
Connecticut was once a global leader in precision manufacturing, losing advantage to other U.S. states and overseas competition over the years. While it is important to learn from these competitive advantages, it has also become evident how much we have come to depend on overseas manufacturing and the need to again draw on Connecticut ingenuity and address recent struggles with delayed shipping, increased costs, and difficulty with product sourcing due to reliance on imported goods. The impact of these supply chain challenges is passed down to the global healthcare system. The made in USA label supports jobs and economic growth, a more reliable supply chain, and high-end quality products.
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