RIVERSIDE, CA--(Marketwire - February 07, 2013) - Ingen Technologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: IGNT), an emerging medical device manufacturer with patented proprietary medical technology for the growing $55 Billion US home healthcare industry, is pleased to announce that Charles Vorwaller, a consultant with Ingen, has introduced Thomas Childers to the company and has agreed to help create sales of the Smart Nasal Cannula and Oxyview oxygen flow meter to his government clientele.
So far over the past few weeks, the Georgia based consultant, Childers, has introduced Ingen's products to several VA Hospitals within the Atlanta Regional Network. Mr. Childers is one of the top consultants for companies that have been awarded GSA contracts to sell their products to VA Hospitals and the Department of Defense.
"The company has been interviewing for the right person to help create government sales. Ingen received a GSA Department of Veterans Affairs Federal Supply Contract Award in 2011 and is prepared to distribute our medical products to VA Hospitals and to the Department of Defense this year. We are pleased to bring Thomas Childers aboard. His resources and network will make this a successful program for all of us. Our proprietary medical products will enhance respiratory care for veterans worldwide," stated Gary B. Tilden, Chairman of Ingen Technologies.
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