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ivWatch Announces Relocation Commitment to Accommodate Growth

Tech Center Research Park welcomes medical device company as anchor tenant NEWPORT NEWS, Va., March 6, 2018 – ivWatch, the only provider of medical devices for the early detection of intravenous (IV) infiltrations and extravasations, announced today that it is moving...

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In the News: Expected Tech Center Anchor to Add 150 Jobs

New Headquarters and Planned Growth Featured in Daily Press and TidewaterBiz The ivWatch commitment to a new headquarter building at Newport News Tech Center was covered in the Daily Press and TidewaterBiz article, “Expected Tech Center Anchor to Add 150 Jobs.” The...

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In the News: ivWatch and myIV.com on WTKR’s Coast Live

ivWatch Chief Nursing Officer on WTKR’s Coast Live ivWatch’s Susan Brown educated viewers about patient empowerment and IV care and risks. The morning show segment included information about how the ivWatch device detects IV infiltrations early and ways current and...

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myIV.com Educates Patients on IV Therapy

First website of its kind provides information and tips on ‘all things IV, simplified’ to inform and empower patients and their family members to be their own healthcare advocates Hampton, VA – January 23, 2018 – Today marks the start of the #myIVawareness campaign...

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In the News: At CES 2018, Digital Health Took Center Stage

ivWatch included in Extremetech.com’s CES healthcare coverage ivWatch was included in a recent round-up article of the stand-out healthcare devices on display at CES 2018. The ivWatch device was praised as an innovation to enable disruption in the healthcare industry...

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Amara Betoney
ivWatch Manager, Public Relations
Direct: 757-224-2606
Office: 855-489-2824 ext. 7007
Mobile:757-660-4949
amara.betoney@ivwatch.com

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