Exactech Adds 114 Gainesville-Based Jobs and Invests $30M in Capital Improvements (The Business Report)

Exactech Adds 114 Gainesville-Based Jobs and Invests $30M in Capital Improvements

UF startup Exactech, a Gainesville-grown global medical device manufacturer, has seen strong growth in Gainesville between 2017 and 2018 through the addition of 114 new jobs. The company plans to add up to 25 more jobs by the end of the year. In addition to this growth, the company has expanded their physical footprint with the addition of a four-level parking garage and other capital investments totaling $30 million.

Exactech started with a dream shared by orthopaedic surgeon Bill Petty, his wife Betty and biomedical engineer Gary Miller.  They wanted to make a difference in the quality of care provided to patients suffering from injuries or joint diseases like arthritis. The Pettys and Dr. Miller made the first step toward realizing their vision by incorporating Exactech on November 8, 1985.

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