Chronicle Counsel: Medical Technologies & Pharmaceuticals on the Coast

RDACC Medical Technologies & Pharmaceuticals Presentation

Chronicle Counsel: Medical Technologies & Pharmaceuticals on the Coast

Regional Development Australia (RDA) Central Coast’s CEO John Mouland was pleased to be at the launch of “Medical Technologies & Pharmaceuticals: A Growth Sector for the Hunter Central Coast Region” at the Hunter Medical Research Institute this week.

From Gosford in the south to Taree north and Murrurundi in the west, there is a concentration of over 50 companies operating in the MTP sector. The density of these firms creates a defined precinct on Australia’s east coast, north of Greater Sydney that has access to world-class research facilities, two Local Health Districts and the benefits of simple logistics and supply chains.

These companies work to improve human and animal health, are highly collaborative – 88% collaborate with universities and have established local, national and global markets. They directly support 8,187 jobs (headcount not FTE) while many more thousands of people are employed in the public and private health services, the University of Newcastle and medical research institutes.

RDACC Medical Technologies & Pharmaceuticals Presentation

Research and innovation are key drivers of economic growth, so if you’re interested in learning more, you can read a full roadmap about the Medical Technologies & Pharmaceuticals: A Growth Sector for the Hunter Central Coast Region plan -simply click here.

RDA Central Coast is proud to partner with RDA Hunter to deliver this exciting development for our two regions.
Congratulations to RDA Hunter for initiating this initiative and to everyone that has worked hard to deliver this collaborative opportunity for the Hunter & Central Coast regions.

Our thanks to Regional Development Australia Central Coast for this information, if you’d like to join Central Coast Chronicle’s business platform, CLICK HERE. 

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