World Medical Technologies, LLC is a socially responsible company with a humanitarian mission. Our mission is to make quality, low cost medical equipment accessible to the developing world. We measure our success by the number of people and communities we help, not by profit margins.
Collectively, our Founders have over a century of experience in innovative engineering, international healthcare, and new product development and manufacturing. Some key advantages of this leadership team include:
George Esseff has been an entrepreneur, philanthropist and a pioneer in the titanium industry for over 50 years. He began his career in 1951 as a chemist and metallurgist for the US Army. Later, he developed and patented a titanium clad aluminum cored spline, which became the basic component for the use of titanium for all other fixtures in anodizing racks. Read More »
In 1995, after a 20 year career in healthcare senior management, including operational responsibility for a 14-hospital system, Mr. Keefe founded IMEC, a non-profit organization that has significantly improved healthcare in over 70 desperately poor countries to-date. Read More »
Stephen Delaporte is an inventor who has developed and has patents pending or issued for a number of technologies in the fields of medical diagnostics, neonatology, bioimplantable fluid control systems, hydroacoustics, energy production, and reconfigurable mechanisms. Read More »