Where medical devices come to life

Tegra Medical is focused exclusively on contract manufacturing services for the medical device industry, producing components and complete devices for leading edge surgical and interventional companies. As an end-to-end solutions provider, our services range from prototyping to full production, and from components to finished medical devices. We also meet the need for wire and hypotubing shipped overnight. Tegra Medical has four locations in Massachusetts, Mississippi and Costa Rica.

Tegra Medical is a member of SFS.

What We’re About

With over 20 years of medical device manufacturing experience, Tegra Medical is focused on giving customers the best solutions, speed, service and quality.


You need quality without compromise, so we infuse stringent quality standards into every step.


You need innovative problem solvers who have successfully tackled challenges just like yours. Tegra Medical offers novel and cost effective solutions for all of your manufacturing challenges.


You need it fast. Rapid turnaround ensures you can turn prototypes into products quickly and get your medical devices to market sooner.


You need a manufacturing partner that is flexible and dedicated to your needs no matter how unique and challenging they are.

Tegra Medical Offers

End-to-End Solutions


Manufacturing Partner

Investment in people & community Because we're part of something big

Quality right from the start Built into every step

Operational Excellence Meeting customers' most urgent needs

Broad Capabilities From components to finished medical devices

Company History

Founded in October 2007 by Riverside Partners LLC (Boston, MA), Tegra Medical is the combination of four trusted firms from the medical device manufacturing industry whose roots go back for decades.

  • 2007

    Tegra Medical is formed when Riverside Partners acquires New England Precision Grinding (NEPG), Accu-Met Laser and American Medical Instruments, bringing together capabilities including precision grinding, Swiss machining, laser processing, EDM and needle manufacturing.
  • 2009

    CTW, a Hernando, Mississippi company is acquired, augmenting Tegra Medical’s capabilities for spinal implants and orthopaedic instruments.
  • 2009

    New 81,000 sq. ft. Massachusetts facility opens in Franklin to consolidate NEPG and Accu-Met Laser’s locations and serve as company headquarters.
  • 2009

    Launch of the GENESIS Tech Center® facility in Franklin, the industry’s first dedicated engineering prototype/development center.
  • 2010

    Acquisition of La Aurora Heredia, Costa Rica facility from Penn United to provide access to low-cost, high-quality manufacturing operations; make significant capital investments.
  • 2011

    Dartmouth adds a Class 8 cleanroom and invests in insert and injection molding equipment.
  • 2013

    Investments to Costa Rica facility include the addition of a Class 7 cleanroom, Swiss machining, laser processing, and CNC grinding.
  • 2014

    Franklin facility invests in collaborative robot arms from Universal Robots, doubling throughput, lowering costs, and allowing 11 employees to move into new roles at the company.
  • 2014

    Dartmouth facility invests in injection molding equipment, including the ability to mold PEEK implants and instruments.
  • 2014

    Quick Wire and Tube online store is launched.
  • 2015

    Continued investment in operational excellence as the company completes an expansion of the Costa Rica facility, adds a new building in Hernando and expands Dartmouth’s Class 8 molding cleanroom. Hernando adds PEEK machining and invests in single setup mill and mill/turn machines, among the first in the U.S.
  • 2016

    Tegra Medical is acquired by SFS Group.
  • 2016

    Franklin adds automated aqueous cleaning and passivation system.
  • 2016

    Manufacturing footprint expansions in Costa Rica, Hernando and Franklin facilities
  • 2017

    New buildings in Hernando and Costa Rica, adding new product development and production capabilities to these locations
  • 2018

    Two new cleanrooms added to Dartmouth. Production (including insert molding) begins in new Costa Rica building.
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