Services

Our marketing team works tirelessly with different service groups

Committed to Deliver Excellence

Medimpex aims at providing quality products at affordable rates to the people of Jamaica. Our services include:

Providing Quality Products

We are Jamaica’s Premier Suppliers for an intensive range of top-quality health care products such as anaesthetic agents, antibiotics, multivitamins and minerals, antifungal agents, and more. Here is our complete product line:

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Anaesthetic Agents

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Antihistamines

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Cardiovascular Agents

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Cough and Cold Preparations

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Antibiotics

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Antifungal Agents

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Smooth and Skeletal Muscle Relaxants

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Topical Steroid Therapy

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Analgesics

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Anti-depressants

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Anti-inflammatory Agents

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Wound Healing Agents

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Contraceptives

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Vaccines

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Multivitamins and Minerals

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Antidiabetics

Community Outreach Programmes

Medimpex in keeping with its commitment to providing high-quality health care products and health care education to the people of Jamaica is actively involved in community outreach programmes. Our marketing team works tirelessly with different service groups, community outreach programmes giving lectures as well as to donate products to clinics, hospitals, churches, schools, etc.

In addition, we sponsor a number of professional groups and students, and every year we donate medical books and a trophy to the Pharmacy Department of the University of Technology.

Detailing & Customer Care

The Marketing Department is headed by an experienced marketing manager, who is a well-trained pharmacist with a vast knowledge of economics and marketing. A marketing supervisor, also a pharmacist with comprehensive experience in the activities of the pharmaceutical trade, as well as a sales supervisor with several years sales experience both work together to  co-ordinate all marketing and sales force activities of the medical and sales representatives, as well as customer service. Our team of well-educated medical and sales representatives now stands at eighteen, with thirteen working in the Jamaican market while five are in Trinidad and Tobago.