RDA Hunter’s Health & Medtech Industry Cluster (HMIC)

is an informal network of companies and organisations that share a vision to grow the Hunter Central Coast healthtech sector.

HMIC was established by RDA Hunter in 2020 and works with industry, research, Health, governments and enabling organisations to accelerate industry / health, industry / research translation and industry / education collaborations.

It’s primary aims are to: (1) identify opportunities for our local industry base to grow and diversify, and (2) raise the profile of the Hunter Central Coast as a location for health & medtech

The HMIC stakeholder base is large and varied and reflects the region’s wider economy. It includes companies with technical expertise in health & medtech, advanced manufacturing and engineering companies, our LHDs, clinicians, allied health companies, healthtech-focused professional services companies, researchers, educators, government and industry peak bodies.

Economic Development Australia featured HMIC (MedTeCCH as it was known then) in its annual Journal in 2021. Read the story here EDA JOURNAL FEATURING MEDTECCH_HMIC (page 30)

Interested in joining the HMIC community?

The Health & Medtech Industry Cluster is a lead project of RDA Hunter’s. Trevor John is RDA Hunter’s CEO and Director of Regional Development and welcomes enquiries about joining and contributing to HMIC.

HMIC is open to people and businesses who are engaged in the Health & Medtech sector or wish to be. There is no cost or obligation to be involved.

Use the contact form below to contact HMIC Director, Kate O’Mara for more information about activities, events and how you can get involved. 

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