Marpac is an American manufacturer of medical tube securement devices. Working closely with respiratory therapists and the medical community, we are able to provide products and services that make both patient care better and the healthcare provider’s job easier.
Marpac began as Rotec, a company that manufactured tracheostomy collars and orthopedics for Depuy in the 1980s. In 1992, Depuy decided to buy Rotec for its orthopedic products. Since manufacturing tracheostomy collars did not fit with Depuy’s product lines, it was spun off as an independent company: Marpac.
Air Force veteran John Rockwell bought Marpac in 1995, and since then has built a business that is modeled on quality, affordability, innovation and customer service.
As a manufacturer of FDA Class 1 medical securement devices such as ET Tube Holders and Tracheostomy Collars, we work closely with the respiratory community to develop products that improve patient care and are easy for registered respiratory therapists to use.
All of our products are designed and produced in the USA at our Albuquerque, New Mexico facility; unlike many of our competitors, we never outsource any of our production. This allows us to maintain strict quality-control and respond quickly to the needs of our customers—always providing the best service and products possible.
The Marpac team is made up of some of the most highly-trained professionals in the industry. We value teamwork and it shows in the quality of the products we are able to produce as a result of collaborating with each other and those in the medical community. Our team is here to answer any questions you may have and will work closely with you to get the product you need. And when you call, you can count on speaking with a live account manager, not an automated machine.
Every person who comes in contact with us says that we are the nicest folks they’ve spoken with that day. Every person who works for us says we are the best place they have ever worked.
As a company, we believe it’s important to give back to the community. That’s why we support local respiratory school programs—such as PIMA and CNM—to supply them with products for teaching purposes, training videos, and to offer internship positions.
We also support Respiratory Week, both at the local hospital level and at hospitals around the country.
For more information about our products or to inquire about custom orders, please contact us.