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26, June 2009

Success with North East Procurement Hub

RSLSteeper Orthotics Division have more good news to report following their recent acceptance onto the Orthotic Product Framework Agreement for the PRO-North East Procurement Hub. As we are currently a major clinical service provider in this area this acceptance to provide orthotic products will further strengthen our existing relationships.

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02, June 2009

Investors In People Award

We are delighted to announce that RSLSteeper has received the Investors In People Award. IIP is the leading people management benchmark of business improvement and this is a fantastic achievement for the company, highlighting the improvements we’ve achieved in communicating, managing and training our staff to the highest standard.

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26, May 2009

South Staffordshire PCT Orthotic Contract Retention

The Orthotic Division has just been awarded the South Staffordshire PCT contract for another 5 years! Mark Davies, Director of Orthotics, comments, “This contract was one of the 2 first contracts won by me 11 years ago and I am delighted to have retained this business again and now be entering a 3rd contract term with them. Along with the Burton award and existing contract at Good Hope hospital in the Midlands retention of the South Staffordshire PCT contract further strengthens our presence in this region.”

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13, May 2009

New Site Launched

We are delighted to announce the launch of the new RSLSteeper website. The site features clear navigation to our operating divisions – Prosthetics, Orthotics, Assistive Technology and Meditech IT.

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12, May 2009

David Beckham meets real life war hero who lost limbs in Afghanistan

Marine Ben McBean showed off his prosthetic arm to the England football team after returning from Afghanistan in March last year. The arm features a custom silicone cover, designed and manufactured by RSLSteeper’s silicone clinic in Kingston, and is now signed by David Beckham who looked visibly amazed as Ben calmly removed his new arm and handed it over for an autograph.

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