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Medical & Dental Supplies

The Federal Government and DoD rely on the AbilityOne Program to deliver Medical and Dental Products that meet strict requirements and diverse needs. Whether caring for wounded soldiers or assisting civilians in need, there is no margin for error. That is why government procurement officials count on AbilityOne.

Through our national network of nonprofit agency (NPA) manufacturers, we are able to develop Medical and Dental Product solutions for our Federal customers, while creating employment opportunities for people who are blind or have significant disabilities.

Our Medical and Dental Products include:

  • Individual first aid kits (IFAK)
  • Corpsman assault packs
  • Aircraft first aid kits
  • Firefighters field packs
  • Evasion and Escape kits
  • Bandages and field dressings
  • Feeding bags
  • Cotton tip applicators
  • Hand sanitizers
  • Toothpaste
  • Ear plugs
  • Sunscreen
  • Hydration systems
  • Distress light markers
  • Lighted batons

Modern Manufacturing Operations

Our NPA manufacturers have the capability to produce and assemble highly technical medical items for our customers in support of the warfighter. Most AbilityOne nonprofit agencies use state-of-the-art equipment and the highest levels of quality inspection systems, including ISO 9001 and AS9100. Once our customer’s medical needs are fulfilled, AbilityOne ships to destinations in the U.S. and around the world.

Custom Manufacturing, Development and Fulfillment

AbilityOne NPAs perform manufacturing and assembly work for our customers ranging from kit fulfillment of various items, to developing and building complex medical items that support wounded warriors, retired veterans and civilians around the world. Our customized solutions help save lives and support the warfighter on and off the battlefield.

En Route Care System

In 2005, AbilityOne began production of the En Route Care System (ERCS) for the USMC. Since its inception, more than 120 ERCS have been shipped to locations throughout the world for immediate deployment on the battlefield. Designed to transport up to two critically wounded Marines, the ERCS features nearly 30 medical equipment items including:

  • Ventilators
  • Vital sign monitors
  • Defibrillators
  • Suction apparatus

Combat Lifesavers Kit

The Combat Lifesavers Kit is designed for the medically trained infantryman at the patrol or squad level. The Combat Lifesavers Kit is housed in the Combat Trauma Bag and includes:

  • Airways
  • Bandages
  • Bolin chest seal
  • QuikClot

Corpsman Assault Pack

In 2007, the USMC re-designed the Molle bag and updated the contents. The result is the Corpsman Assault Pack (CAP), available in a digital camouflage color to match uniforms and also comes in a variety of pack options including backpack, thigh pack, & fanny pack. The CAP holds 125 medical items and cutting edge medical tools for treatment.

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Current Customers

Department of Veterans Affairs

DLA Troop Support

General Services Administration

“Medical Supply Operations Directorate, DLA Troop Support (formerly Defense Supply Center Philadelphia) has been a long time supporter of the AbilityOne Program. The quality products they supply not only provide support to the warfighter but maximize employment opportunities for people with disabilities. The AbilityOne suppliers continue to be a very reliable and important part of our industry base.”

Theresa Rucci
DLA Troop Support
Integrated Supply Team Supervisor
Medical Supplier Operations Directorate

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