Rochester NH, December 20 - Phase 2 Medical, a leader in medical device manufacturing, has been named a semifinalist by Business New Hampshire Magazine as one of the Best Companies to Work For in 2012.


Each year, Business New Hampshire Magazine teams up with New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility and Bruce Mast & Associates to select the finalists after the Magazine Staff selects the 20 finalists. 


The magazine cited Phase 2 medical device manufacturer for it many policies that keep employees happy and engaged long term. For example, Phase 2 medical device manufacturing pays metric based quarterly bonuses as well as a yearly profit sharing bonus. They also keep their employees involved through charitable, safety and “fun” committees. The employees also have numerous celebratory events each year, pride award recognitions, fresh fruit is provided every Monday and in summer months, the freezer is stocked with popsicles. To demonstrate that to err is human, senior staff members wear a chicken hat at the companywide weekly communications meeting whenever they’ve made a mistake.


“New Hampshire is filled with excellent companies and great places to work, said Adam Prime, President of Phase 2 Medical. “That’s why we think it’s a terrific honor to be named a semifinalist amongst such a select group of companies. We know that for us to provide superior services to our clients it requires a vibrant culture that motivates and trains its employees in a safe, productive and fun environment” he said. “Being named a semifinalist in the Best Companies to Work For in 2012 is confirmation that we’re on the right path to getting it right.”


About Phase 2 Medical Manufacturing


Phase 2 medical device manufacturing is a contract manufacturing company specializing in medical device development, medical device engineering and medical device assembly for companies seeking medical product outsourcing. With Class 8 ISO cleanroom capabilities, Phase 2 utilizes sophisticated processes including ultrasonic welding, epoxy bonding and UV bonding to build single-use medical devices and provide medical device manufacturing solutions to its client partners. For more information visit: