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About Us

EpiGuard AS is an innovative Norwegian Medical Technology Company established in 2015 by a group of doctors at the Oslo University Hospital (OUS) together with co-founders Inven2, Eker Group AS and Hansen Protection AS. EpiGuard has evolved into a highly skilled knowledge-based company.  The business model is to develop and manufacture high-end medical equipment for safe transport of contagious patients. The products will be distributed globally through strategic partners. Currently, the main product is the medical isolation and transportation system, EpiShuttle. The system is developed by clinical experts at OUS, with first-hand experience in providing advanced treatment and transportation of patients with highly infectious diseases, such as Ebola.

This knowledge and expertise has been transferred through to the industrial design team and together they have developed a unique product that aims to revolutionize the procedures in transport of contagious patients.

The company holds top level expertise within product development and manufacturing. The medical background range from intensive care, infectious diseases, internal medicine, anesthesiology through to transport medicine.

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Careers

At EpiGuard we constantly strive for improving our solutions to help save lives around the world. We believe each individual can make a difference if they are stimulated with interesting tasks in creating innovations for the global challenges within transport of infected patients.

We are always looking for new talent that can take part in strengthening the the EpiGuard team. Vacancies will be posted on this page. However, we do not want to miss a great opportunity, so please send us an e-mail if you feel you can contribute.

The Management team

Technical lead:

Ronald Rolfsen

Product Development and Design:

Victor Rosenvinge

Sales and Marketing:

Henrik Aase, CCO

Board of Directors

Eker Group

Bård Eker

Hansen Protection AS

Terje Gorm Hansen

Inven2

Knut Allum