Propper Manufacturing’s New FOBT Agreement with Acurity

Propper Manufacturing Company Joins Acurity’s Purchasing Portfolio with New FOBT Agreement

Propper Manufacturing Company has signed a new three year agreement to offer Acurity members access to preferred pricing on Fecal Occult Blood Testing products, effective January 1, 2019.

FOBT screening for colorectal cancer (CRC) is an essential component of public health monitoring. Seracult® and Seracult® Plus have a proven history as diagnostic aids for CRC for over 30 years.

“Propper is very pleased to join the Acurity portfolio,” said Propper President and CEO Joseph Looney. “We look forward to providing its members with reliable, easy-to-use products in a very important market segment. In addition, we know that Acurity’s members will appreciate the cost savings that this preferred pricing provides as we continue to offer products of the highest quality.”

About Propper Manufacturing Company, Inc.

Propper Manufacturing Company, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of disposable medical devices specializing in sterilization monitoring devices and services. Propper serves the traditional healthcare industry as well as dental, veterinary, biotech, pharmaceutical, and many other markets. Propper Manufacturing is a top trusted brand, bringing precision, reliability, and reproducibility to all our customers since 1935.

Our mission is to provide high-quality, eco-conscious infection control products that will aid in the mission of eliminating hospital acquired infections. As a family-owned company, we strive to provide excellent customer service and products which meet the highest domestic and international standards.

About Acurity, Inc.

Acurity is an organization of healthcare professionals committed to helping providers deliver better care and reduce operating expenses through enhanced supply chain performance. Acurity has combined a regional contracting program with the power of national aggregation to deliver a best-in-class purchasing portfolio. Acurity’s leading industry experts identify data-driven methods that optimize hospital and health-system resources to improve both quality and the bottom line. For more information visit