Great institutions are created by leaders who have a vision and the passion to see that vision realized. This was the case of Dr. Francis Welch and William Noah Allyn one-hundred years ago. Their invention of the first direct-illuminating, hand-held ophthalmoscope was the result of a vision and belief that… Read More »
2015 marks the release of the Connex® Spot Monitor (CSM), a third-generation spot vitals monitor that combines leading vital signs parameter technologies with flexibility for use across patient populations spanning neonatal through adult. The CSM is just one example of how Welch Allyn’s reach in the area of blood pressure… Read More »
Welch Allyn has a wonderful tradition of having its employees “actively engaged” in its products. As a result, there was an unwritten rule from the early days through the 1980s that in order to work in Welch Allyn sales you had to either have the instrument used on you, or… Read More »
Watch as Dr. Thomas Bersani displays his father’s 1949 leather doctor’s bag and Welch Allyn ophthalmoscope, otoscope, and laryngoscope. He received the items from his father, a physician, in 1978 and plans on giving the bag and devices to his son who is currently enrolled in medical school.
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Over the one-hundred year existence of Welch Allyn, the company has built a strong reputation for giving back to those in need by volunteering and donating medical equipment. Every year Welch Allyn sends teams of employees on humanitarian trips throughout the world. Luckily, I was able to be a part… Read More »