Our story is one of quality, savings, enhanced patient safety and taking the utmost care of the instruments and tools that physicians depend on.
Established in Keswick, New Brunswick in 1996, CSI Canada Inc. refurbishes, enhances and repairs all types of handheld surgical instruments, including all instruments used for endoscopic, orthopedic, urological, gynecological and neurosurgical procedures. Our pristine, 4,000 square-foot facility is equipped with the latest suite of German equipment and precision technology as well as top-quality materials and parts, ensuring nothing jeopardizes the appearance or integrity of surgical instruments we repair or upgrade.
A German-trained master craftsman with more than a dozen years of training in his native Germany followed by more than two decades operating his own business, CSI Canada Inc. president, Zoltan Gere, offers a unique, full service program, and state-of-the-art facility designed to achieve significant savings for hospitals and clinics by extending surgical instruments’ life span and enhancing quality and functionality, thereby delaying replacement costs. Our mission is to provide the highest quality of surgical instrument restoration service to healthcare institutions throughout Canada and the United States. Well maintained surgical instruments maximize healthcare budgets and patient safety.
Understanding that hospitals and clinics do not normally have a large inventory of surgical instruments, and are being asked to manage tighter budgets, CSI Canada Inc. focuses on delivering benefits to customers in three major areas – quality of repair or enhancement, competitive pricing and fast turn around.
We blend art and science with a passion for excellence, offering you:
CEO Zoltan Gere continues to impress a growing list of customers with his craftsmanship, technical expertise and passion for excellence. Gere has been called the “miracle man” by astonished customers as he has often restored instruments that were deemed non-repairable to more than new functionality and integrity. An innovator, Gere continues to develop techniques for upgrading instruments resulting in minimized infection risk. More than a technician, Gere is recognized as an artisan who understands the importance of his work on instruments used in critical care situations.