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About NovaMed

NovaMed is a revenue-generating specialty pharmaceutical company focused on commercialization of branded therapies for diseases with high unmet medical need. The Company is a value-added partner providing broad commercialization experience with an expertise ranging from clinical development product registration and importation to sales and marketing.

Headquarters Location

5501 West Gray Street NovaMed, Inc. 312-664-4100

Tampa, Florida, 33609,

United States


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NovaMed Patents

NovaMed has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Fluid dynamics
  • Analytical chemistry
  • Biotechnology
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Laboratory equipment, Fluid dynamics, Medical terminology, Blood tests, Chemical tests


Application Date


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Related Topics

Laboratory equipment, Fluid dynamics, Medical terminology, Blood tests, Chemical tests



Latest NovaMed News

Windward Medical Centre receives $13m in grant funding from DBJ

Sep 27, 2021

Loop News NovaMed was founded by medical doctor David Walcott (pictured) and entrepreneur Kirk Hamilton. Windward Medical Centre (InterMed Co) was recently awarded grant funding of $13 million from the Development Bank of Jamaica (DBJ) through its Innovation Grant Fund specifically targeted at boosting innovation, growth and entrepreneurship ecosystems for SMEs. The DBJ has been instrumental in and has been the catalyst in facilitating the growth and development of Jamaicans and recently launched the Innovation Grant Fund (IGF) for medium–sized enterprises under the Boosting Innovation Growth & Entrepreneurship Ecosystems (BIGEE). “Under the DBJ Innovation Grant Fund we are endeavouring to ensure that Jamaican medium-sized companies that are doing exceptional work in transforming their operation using technology and innovative methods have access to grants and funding to assist them”, states Milverton Reynolds, Managing Director, DBJ. “And so, we would like to congratulate the team at Windward Medical Centre for the innovative and groundbreaking work that they are doing in this area”. The medical centre, which caters to persons in and around the community off Windward Road has been in operation for over 30 years and is now a part of the portfolio of companies for NovaMed - a healthcare innovation company based in Jamaica with a mandate to deliver world-class healthcare services to emerging markets. NovaMed was founded by medical doctor David Walcott and entrepreneur Kirk Hamilton. According to Walcott, the grant funding from the DBJ will primarily be used to execute the T.O.P Initiative, which focuses on a transformative approach through Technology, Operating Capacity Expansion (surgical & infrastructural) and Preventative Community Care. Additionally, the company will utilise part of the funding to digitize its healthcare offering through the implementation of an EMR software with clinical insight and artificial-intelligence-driven decision-making capability to optimize health care decisions around patients. Windward Medical will also outfit its surgical centre with equipment designed to allow the medical centre to fill the unserved surgical needs of its clientele, as well as launch a series of community engagement initiatives targeted at promoting health literacy and preventative care. “Our service delivery is premised on our ability to accelerate innovation in healthcare by bringing multiple innovative healthcare practices and partnerships to emerging markets to facilitate holistic change across health economies”, Walcott said. The medical doctor and businessman noted that currently Windward Medical’s ability to serve low-income populations and optimize patient outcomes is limited by challenges endemic to the primary healthcare system in Jamaica. He shared that some of these challenges include low levels of resources, low-purchasing power of patients and relatively low health literacy of patients which often lead to poor healthcare decision-making. With the funding capital, Walcott said the medical centre will be able to design a healthcare delivery model that optimizes patient outcomes and manages costs. “We anticipate that our three-pronged solution of our T.O.P Initiative will take us one step further in delivering world-class healthcare delivery and solutions to emerging markets”, Walcott said. Download the Loop News Caribbean app to keep up to date with all the latest news right in the palm of your hand. Related Articles

NovaMed Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is NovaMed's headquarters?

    NovaMed's headquarters is located at 5501 West Gray Street, Tampa.

  • What is NovaMed's latest funding round?

    NovaMed's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of NovaMed?

    Investors of NovaMed include Surgery Partners, Atlas Venture, F-Prime Capital and Fidelity Investments.

  • Who are NovaMed's competitors?

    Competitors of NovaMed include EUSA Pharma, CytImmune Sciences, Aegerion Pharmaceuticals, NextWave Pharmaceuticals, AkaRx, Ikaria, GC-Rise Pharmaceutical, IVERIC bio, Somaxon Pharmaceuticals, Neovacs and 14 more.

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