Your Clinical Labels Produced with Quality Built Into Every Product and Process

Clinical System efficiency

Producing clinical labels requires a special combination of technical prowess, well integrated quality systems and an experienced and knowledgeable staff.

When you contract with Clinical Systems, Inc., you can be assured that quality is built into every finished product and into every step of the manufacturing process as well.

Clinical Systems adheres to strict guidelines in all of our manufacturing processes and conforms to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) to achieve manufacturing excellence so we can deliver the highest quality products to every client, every time. We’ve established effective processes that:

  • Are clearly defined and controlled to ensure consistency and compliance with all your job specifications
  • Have been integrated into every step of our process to assure that each critical interaction is controlled with precision
  • Include Standard Operating Procedures that are continually reviewed and updated
  • Require staff SOP training throughout the year

Highest Quality Label Materials

When contracting with Clinical Systems for conventional labels or multi-page booklets you will always receive the highest quality labels available in the market today. Our label stocks are specifically designed for use by clinical supply departments and we maintain a large inventory of standard conventional items. If you have specific needs for customized labels, our design specialists can always find a solution that will incorporate the appropriate face sheet and adhesive combinations that will meet your requirements. Labels can be delivered in fanfolds for hand application or rolls for hand or automatic application.

If you would like to conduct an audit of our facilities, we invite you to contact us today and we would be pleased to schedule a visit.

THOUGHT of the DAY

“Modern medical advances have helped millions of people live longer, healthier lives. We owe these improvements to decades of investment in medical research.”

― Ike Skelton