The TeamBest family of companies has been proudly developing, manufacturing, and delivering reliable medical equipment and supplies for over 40 years. TeamBest includes over a dozen companies offering complementary products and services for brachytherapy, health physics, radiation oncology, blood irradiation, vascular therapy, imaging, and medical particle acceleration. TeamBest is the single source for an expansive line of life saving medical equipment and supplies. Our trusted team is constantly expanding and innovating to provide the most reliable and cutting edge medical equipment and supplies to the global healthcare and research industries.
TeamBest started as Best Medical International, which was founded in 1977 in Springfield, Virginia, USA by Indo-American engineer Krishnan Suthanthiran. Initially, Best Medical International employed only a handful of engineers and offered one high quality product, the Iridium-192 brachytherapy seed strand. Today, TeamBest employs hundreds of talented individuals and offers thousands of products and services. TeamBest’s independently owned companies are proud to be represented in North America, Europe, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.
Everyone deserves the Best healthcare. Our goal is to work with medical professionals to provide the Best products and services. Our mission is to uphold our reputation for excellence in the healthcare field by developing, manufacturing and delivering cost-effective, high quality products to benefit patients around the world.
About Krishnan Suthanthiran, President of TeamBest
Krishnan Suthanthiran, Founder and President of TeamBest Global Companies (TBG), will celebrate the 50th year — half a century — of his career in Medicine/Radiation Therapy, in July of 2022.
Suthanthiran lost his father to cancer in 1968 and this tragic event helped to formulate his main career goal: to dedicate his life to Medicine — particularly Cancer Research and Treatment. After earning his masters degree in Engineering from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada in 1971, Suthanthiran began a position as an engineer in 1972 at Freedmen's Hospital (now Howard University Hospital) in Washington, DC, under the late Dr. Ulrich K. Henschke, MD, of then newly created Department Radiation Therapy.
On April 29, 2015, Suthanthiran launched his Global War on Cancer, in memory of his late father. As a result, Harvard University Medical School honored Suthanthiran, by inviting him on April 29, 2016 to become an annual keynote speaker at their Global Cancer Care Summit for Mid to Low Income Countries…