Anesthesiology and resuscitation
Physical medicine and rehabilitation
Pathohistology and immunohistochemistry
Pediatrics and neonatology
What distinguishes us
30 years of experience and care for over 2,000 customers
Comprehensive solutions for healthcare professionals and healthcare facilities
Committed and qualified team of 75 employees
Import and distribution of over 120 renowned medical brands
Medical Technics Engineering Ltd. offers a comprehensive product portfolio of over 10,000 products, comprehensive solutions for over 16 medical specialties in 8 product divisions.
Own drugstore, online store, showroom, and seminar hall
A reliable service team with an equipped service center
A state-of-the-art office building, spacious licensed warehouse and car fleet
Regular ISO certification and re-certification
In the distant and restless year 1991, a team of 11 engineers in medical electronics and cybernetics, led by Eng. Hristan Hristanov and Eng. Yonka Getova, established Medical Technics Engineering Ltd. With their experience as developers of medical electrical equipment at the National Institute of Medical Equipment, established in 1964, they started the company’s activity by providing service and maintenance of medical devices and equipment in the healthcare facilities in our country.
MTE became involved in the trade in medical equipment, representing several leading German brands in the field of surgical equipment for the operating room – the heart of every hospital. To this day, we are happy to be partners of Erbe Еlektromezin, the golden standard in electrosurgical systems with over 190 years of history, Schmitz& Soehne – operating tables and gynecological chairs, diagnostic and therapy couches, Rudolf – surgical precision instruments, and Atmos – highly specialized suction pumps.
MTE developed its activities in the field of cardiology with the representation of Schiller, Switzerland and successfully imposed their range of ECG units, holter and stress test systems in Bulgaria, making their desktop ECG unit the most preferred cardiograph, both among cardiologists and later among the newly established segment of general practitioners. One of the first software developments for the Schiller cardiographs was done in partnership with the research associates from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.