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75 Years of Innovation and Counting
Thank You for Making Hopkins Medical Products What It Is Today
1945

Hopkins Uniform Company designs the first standard community health nurse uniform for the Public Health Service.

1954

Hopkins Uniform Company offers customer pins and pages for Visiting Nurses; VNA adopts uniform.

1975

First Lady of the United States, Betty Ford, celebrates the 75th anniversary of Visiting Nurses on the White House lawn.

1983

Hopkins Uniform Company becomes Hopkins Medical Products (HMP) and the company begins to transition from uniforms to medical products.

1983

HMP designs the first home health bags with a fold-down work area.

1985-88

HMP expands its medical products division, introduces the Hopkins Otoscope, and develops an exclusive line of quality engineered blood pressure equipment.

Late 1980's

Public Health Nurses are no longer required to wear uniforms; HMP officially discontinues uniform production.

1993

HMP launches its first bag with 21st-century features for nurses carrying laptops and cell phones.

1998

HMP Introduces the first Home Health Starter Kit and the first Antimicrobial Bag Barriers.

2000

HMP introduces the Hopkins MRSA kit, a convenient single-patient-use diagnostic solution.

2000

HMP goes online at HopkinsMedicalProducts.com

2004

HMP introduces the first Rolling Med Bag.

2005

HMP introduces the EZ-View Med Bag designed to organize and access smaller healthcare items.

2009

HMP introduces the Hopkins® Pulse Oximeter with an emphasis on cost-effective durability.

2011

HMP’s Fulfillment Team reaches a record 95 days without error.

2012

HMP introduces the Newborn & Mom Pulse Oximeter Kit, allowing caregivers to monitor neonatal and adult patients conveniently with the same product.

2018

Hopkins introduces new antimicrobial protection into home health nursing bags.

2020 and beyond

Hopkins celebrates its 75th anniversary by strengthening its reputation as a leading innovator in the healthcare supply industry. We will continue to exceed our customers’ expectations through our tireless dedication to product development and peerless customer service.



75 Years of Innovation and Counting
Thank You for Making Hopkins Medical Products What It Is Today
1945

Hopkins Uniform Company designs the first standard community health nurse uniform for the Public Health Service.

1954

Hopkins Uniform Company offers customer pins and pages for Visiting Nurses; VNA adopts uniform.

1975

First Lady of the United States, Betty Ford, celebrates the 75th anniversary of Visiting Nurses on the White House lawn.

1983

Hopkins Uniform Company becomes Hopkins Medical Products (HMP) and the company begins to transition from uniforms to medical products.

1983

HMP designs the first home health bags with a fold-down work area.

1985-88

HMP expands its medical products division, introduces the Hopkins Otoscope, and develops an exclusive line of quality engineered blood pressure equipment.

Late 1980's

Public Health Nurses are no longer required to wear uniforms; HMP officially discontinues uniform production.

1993

HMP launches its first bag with 21st-century features for nurses carrying laptops and cell phones.

1998

HMP Introduces the first Home Health Starter Kit and the first Antimicrobial Bag Barriers.

2000

HMP introduces the Hopkins MRSA kit, a convenient single-patient-use diagnostic solution.

2000

HMP goes online at HopkinsMedicalProducts.com

2004

HMP introduces the first Rolling Med Bag.

2005

HMP introduces the EZ-View Med Bag designed to organize and access smaller healthcare items.

2009

HMP introduces the Hopkins® Pulse Oximeter with an emphasis on cost-effective durability.

2011

HMP’s Fulfillment Team reaches a record 95 days without error.

2012

HMP introduces the Newborn & Mom Pulse Oximeter Kit, allowing caregivers to monitor neonatal and adult patients conveniently with the same product.

2018

Hopkins introduces new antimicrobial protection into home health nursing bags.

2020 and beyond

Hopkins celebrates its 75th anniversary by strengthening its reputation as a leading innovator in the healthcare supply industry. We will continue to exceed our customers’ expectations through our tireless dedication to product development and peerless customer service.


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