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At Rapid Medical, we believe that fighting stroke is a team effort. Our work over recent years has led to the development of best-in-class devices for physicians and hospitals around the world. Our products facilitate safer and more effective procedures that can benefit more patients. We are proud of these accomplishments – they are a critical step in the war against stroke - but there are additional, equally challenging battles to be won.

The war on stroke begins with prevention and awareness. It continues with immediately recognizing stroke onset and ensuring that the patient reaches the best stroke hospital as quickly as possible. Following treatment, the battle continues, with patient care and rehabilitation All while providing the necessary support to families and loved ones.

Each of these actions is a singular facet in the entire effort to fight stroke. All of them need to work in sync, if we are to stand up to the challenge before us. That is why, at Rapid Medical, we address every new development with the full awareness that if we are to succeed, it will be as a team. Our part at Rapid Medical is to develop the best possible technology and procedures that can save lives; alongside us, stand many additional troops engaged in this battle. We know we can do more, if we will do it together.

Rapid Medical has therefore decided to team up with non-profit patient organizations that have a view of the big picture, choosing to look at the entire field; organizations that are dedicated to winning the battle against stroke. Toward this end, we have decided to contribute a portion of the proceeds from every device sold to these organizations, beginning with the Neeman foundation from Israel, as our first partner and the ‘’Stiftung Deutsche Schlaganfallhilfe’’ from Germany which has joined as our second partner. With our contribution, Neeman & the Stiftung Deutsche Schlaganfallhilfe can do more to prevent stroke, more to create awareness and more to support patients and their families.


All of us at Neeman, Stiftung Deutsche Schlaganfallhilfe and Rapid Medical are confident that we can achieve more – together.

Man on wheel chair after stroke
Stroke survivors holding painting they created
Neemen Association
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