At Medical Indicators, Inc. (MII) we embrace innovation and collaboration in our ongoing commitment to providing safer healthcare. For more than 30 years, we have manufactured clinically accurate, FDA registered medical devices that require no cleaning, calibration, or batteries. Manufactured in the United States, our products proudly serve health care providers and patients both domestically and worldwide. MII offers more than just thermometers, we offer a variety of cost-effective infection control solutions. Let us help you!
“At SUNY Downstate, the Tempa·DOT™ disposable thermometers are a significant component in our comprehensive plan to reduce the rate of healthcare associated infections (HAIs) including multi-drug resistant organisms (MDROs) and C. difficile.”
George Allen, PhD, CIC, CNOR
Infection Preventionist, Director Infection Control
Clinical Assistant Professor
SUNY College of Health Related Professions
MII serves dialysis centers across the country. As patients’ temperatures need to be taken routinely during dialysis, disposable thermometers facilitate the process and prevent cross-contamination between patients.
Urgent care facilities provide an alternative to waiting hours in the emergency room when the primary care physician is unavailable. Our disposable clinical thermometers are perfect for the convenient setting of an urgent care center.
College and university health services, student centers, and health science departments comprise the majority of our Wallet Card market. The cards make for great marketing materials and are a useful tool for students to monitor their health.
Direct to Consumer
Purchasing directly from MII provides an easy and convenient way for individuals or unaffiliated customers to obtain our products. In the near future, MII hopes to offer personal and family-sized product packaging to be available online.
MII’s thermometers are preferred by hospitals around the country due to their effectiveness at reducing Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs). Beyond infection control units, our products are used in departments ranging from the NICU to the ER and beyond.
The disposability of MII’s products lends itself perfectly to infection control and prevention public health initiatives at various levels. Ranging from basic cold and flu awareness to national health campaigns, MII is dedicated to servicing the public health sector.
In addition to hospitals and urgent care clinics, MII also serves physician offices and other independent medical practices with their clinical thermometry needs.
By collaborating with distributors in numerous countries, MII’s widespread international presence continues to expand with growing healthcare needs.
For more information about our distributors or becoming a distributor, follow the “Distributors” link below.
March 12th-18th 2017
MII is proudly celebrating and promoting this year’s National Patient Safety Foundation’s Patient Safety Awareness Week. The NPSF works to bring together and engage health care professionals and patients to help spread the important message of increasing awareness about patient safety among health professionals and the public.
For more information on the 2017 NPSF’s Awareness Week, please visit their website.
April 7th-10th 2017
MII is proudly attending and exhibiting our products this year’s ANNA National Symposium in Washington DC. The American Nephrology Nurses Association (ANNA) promotes excellence in and appreciation of nephrology nursing so we can make a positive difference for people with kidney disease. The goal of this annual symposium is to provide an educational and networking environment that will assist nephrology professionals to enhance their knowledge and practice.
Visit the 2017 ANNA National Symposium website for more information.
April 18th-22nd 2017
MII is proudly attending this year’s National Kidney Foundation’s Spring Clinical Meetings in Orlando, Florida. The objective of NKF’s Spring Clinical Meetings (SCM) is to present the latest insights into chronic kidney disease care. SCM 2017 presents a unique opportunity for renal healthcare providers to learn about new developments in all aspects of nephrology.
For more information on the 2017 NKF SCM, visit their site.