Medical Surgical & Medical Supplies is a certified aboriginal company founded in 1992 in Hay River, Northwest Territories. MSS is a people-oriented business that has evolved during the last 30 years into a fully integrated wholesale network. Currently operating throughout the NWT, Yukon, Nunavut, as well as, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec.
The products and services provided by MSS are delivered through a trusted supply chain, by an experienced team of industry leading healthcare professionals. We are accountable for our results and proud of our contributions to make the lives of our clients safer while providing a superior health outcome.
The mission of our company is to be a trusted and valued partner in the delivery of healthcare services; that is focused on enhanced outcomes and a client friendly experience. Our values of respect, honesty, trust, transparency, and performance define our day to day culture at MSS as we strive to be a proud Canadian aboriginal enterprise.
Our leadership team is led by our president James Hiebert and our CEO William Milroy. The MSS team is committed to developing, implementing, and maintaining our company culture to perform at the highest industry standards. Through innovation and specialized programs, we can adapt to scale up the capacity, to meet our client’s needs while providing cost effective solutions.
Our core business sectors include wholesale healthcare, medical and pharmaceuticals, industrial, solar energy and outdoor supplies. In Vancouver we are especially proud of our non-profit group, Turtle Island Health and Research Society, which is committed to working with vulnerable populations in inner cities by providing innovative resources and a more accessible model of care. Our solar division is an industry leader in in providing energy solutions for businesses and households in the United States and Canada.
We are working to create a more sustainable earth, reducing the amount of carbon dioxide, and other organic oxides that are released through the burning of fossil fuels in a cost-efficient manner.