WestCMR Honored as Florida Company to Watch

GrowFL selected $25 million company, WestCMR, as this year’s Florida Companies to Watch Honoree, from more than 500 nominees in a statewide competition that identifies 50 companies expected to see significant growth over the next several years.

Turning Surgical Supply Waste into Green Profits

It’s estimated that upwards of 20% of surgical supplies never gets used. With each trip to the dumpster or landfill, money is lost, as is the chance for hospitals and surgery centers to reduce their carbon footprint by purchasing first-rate, quality surgical supplies at double-digit discounts from WestCMR.

How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint Through Sustainable Procurement

It’s estimated that upwards of 20% of surgical supplies never gets used. With each trip to the dumpster or landfill, money is lost, as is the chance for hospitals and surgery centers to reduce their carbon footprint by purchasing first-rate, quality surgical supplies at double-digit discounts from WestCMR.

WestCMR partners with Ruth Eckerd Hall to host Blast Friday

WestCMR is proud to be the presenting sponsor for the 9th season of the REH Blast Friday Concert Series, spanning 3 city blocks of Downtown Clearwater, FL., at the intersection of 600 Cleveland Street and South Fort Harrison Avenue. 5:30pm-10:00pm, Fridays.

The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation Partners with WestCMR

In honor of children fighting cancer, for the 4th year in a row, The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation (NPCF) has partnered with global surplus surgical supply company, WestCMR, and CEO and Founder, Randy Ware, to co-host a Cut for a Cure Event at WestCMR headquarters, 11:00am-3:00pm, March 29, 2019.

Making a Green Difference in Florida

Florida Trend Magazine’s December issue features this two-page spread about how for 22 years as an industry leader, WestCMR has helped 1000’s of hospitals and surgery centers capitalize on buying, …

Turning Surgical Supply Waste into Green Profits

Surplus surgical supplies that sit unused in supply closets are a balance sheet nightmare for many hospitals and surgery centers. As a result of overly aggressive buying, product conversions, manufacturer issues, and changes in …

Success by the Numbers

Thanks to his Stetson education, Randy Ware knows the value of numbers, especially that they “don’t lie.” He began at Stetson in 1980 as an accounting major before a switch …