Gamidor launches new website

We are really excited to launch our new look website. The new simplified structure will allow users to quickly find the information they need and to easily contact us. If you are looking for support for your medical device, please get in touch


We are delighted to announce that Gamidor is working together with OmniGuide to deliver high quality field service for their advanced surgical systems. Together with our partners from we will be help to support OmniGuide with their CO2 lasers and FMX Ferromagnetic range.

Gamidor received certification for ISO 9001:2015

We are thrilled to be re-certified to the latest 2015 standard. We live and breathe our quality management system, using it to drive continuous improvement, so we can deliver the best possible experience to our customers.


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    Posted on Tuesday December 10, 2019

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  • MolecuLight FDA Cleared to Detect Bacteria Infected Wounds
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    Posted on Tuesday December 10, 2019

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