Neonatal Care Specialists
Our Neonatal Team is made up of Product and Sales Specialists that work alongside our customers to develop and design our products with Baby and caregiver in mind.
As leading experts in their field, their unique approach to train and educate product users before trial, ensures successful product implementation. They continue to support the customer journey with ongoing training and development.
David Campbell – Director Neonatal Sales (UK + Ireland)
David has over 35 years of experience within the Medical Devices field, 25 of which have been spent at Armstrong Medical, initially as a Product Sales Manager to his current position as Director of Neonatal Sales.
David’s expertise spans across airway management, regional anaesthesia, cardiology, orthopaedic and neonatal device sectors. David engages with clinicians, technicians and users of our NeoFlow range to help develop new products that aim to enhance the patient journey and experience.
David enjoys leading a small, focussed and dedicated team of Neonatal Product and Sales Specialists that work closely together to ensure that patient needs are met from their very first breath.
Emma McClure – Neonatal Product Specialist
Emma McClure joined Armstrong Medical in 2018 following a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Health Physiology. Emma is responsible for delivering neonatal training and education projects in conjunction with neonatal departments in our UK and overseas markets.
Emma works closely with our sales teams and customers which enables her to better understand respiratory therapies, the products used, and the challenges faced within the neonatal environment. Her role allows contact with a varied range of people, jobs and care areas all linking back to Neonatal. Emma most enjoys working alongside neonatal departments to build strong relationships and ensure the success of Armstrong product in their department.
Chris Morris – Neonatal Sales Specialist (Northern England)
Chris Morris began his career as a nurse at the Coronary Care Unit in Barnsley Hospital. Chris worked at the unit for 10 years before moving to a medical sales company in 1997. As a Clinical Specialist, Chris trained employees across the company in all areas of critical care.
In his role at Armstrong Medical, Chris enjoys building relationships that support healthcare professionals to improve outcomes in neonatal critical care.