The Culture. The Team.
At Aziyo we believe an organizations potential is tied to the success and investment in its people.
Strategy provides focus and goals for an organization, but a company’s culture embodies the principles and values of the people and provides a philosophy to execute the strategic goals. We have adopted a set of guiding principles to help us navigate the challenges we face as a company so we can grow together.
Our Guiding Principles.
Culture is defined by who we are as a company and by the people that bring that purpose to reality.
Bringing regenerative medicine solutions to patients informs and guides our decision-making. What we do or don’t do each day affects the lives of patients.
We are dedicated to the development & retainment of our employees and work collectively to achieve our goals.
A shared purpose, clear vision and well-defined goals ensure that we are aligned. Our purpose is to bring innovative solutions to physicians and the patients they treat.
“As a regenerative medicine company whose mission includes creating a bridge between the amazing gift of tissue donation and patients in need, our continued success is directly attributed to the dedication of our invaluable team members. With a career in organ and tissue donation spanning 20 years, I am proud to continue my journey with Aziyo Biologics; where the work we do each day has a positive and meaningful impact to the lives of so many individuals.”
Project Manager, Richmond, CA facility
“Since my heart surgery, I have been able to live a completely normal life as a wife, mother, and nurse. I haven’t had any further complications, and the ProxiCor procedure continues to keep my heart in good shape. I still love to exercise and even run a triathlon every September. Most importantly, because of the safe and effective repair to my heart, I have peace of mind that my heart condition will no longer affect my life in any way.”
Heart Surgery Patient (ProxiCor)
“We recently had a case where we implanted a pacemaker and used the CanGaroo envelope. Three to four months later we had to reopen the pocket to upgrade the device. It was really exciting because everyone in the room wanted to see how the pocket had healed. We saw healthy viable tissue around the pacemaker and no fibrotic capsule or CanGaroo envelope. It was completely replaced by healthy tissue. We all learned that yes, the product does work.