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Welcome to JRI

JRI is a British company committed to delivering innovative and quality orthopaedic solutions for healthcare providers and patients worldwide. Company administration and finance are based in our London office. Manufacturing is based in our modern Sheffield facility, alongside Research, Product Development, Customer Service, Marketing, Warehousing and Distribution.

JRI are proud to support the Bristol Hip Meeting 2014

UK Trade & Investment - International Business Festival 2-4 July 2014 Cycle of Care - Medical Futures Symposium - A Case Study with JRI Orthopaedics

JRI Technical Research Team at BORS 2014

JRI Technical Research Team at BORS 2014

The British Orthopaedic Research Society annual meeting at the University of Bath.

BSI case study demonstrates JRI striving for excellence

A recent British Standards Institution (BSI) case study illustrates JRI Orthopaedics Ltd’s focus on continuous improvement and the recent trialling of BS 13500, the British standard for delivering effective governance. The BSI Standards span a diverse range of sectors including aerospace, engineering and retail.


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Bringing movement to life

  • JRI Orthopaedics is wholly owned by Orthopaedic Research UK and provides significant funds which the Charity dedicates to the advancement of orthopaedic research.
  • Orthopaedic Research UK has sponsored 98 research projects, at a total cost of nearly £7 million, to invesitgate, help understand and address the issues relating to all aspects of the human musculo-skeletal system.
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