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About Kreiser Medical Ltd

Kreiser Medical is an Israeli pharmaceutical company, owned and directed by Pharmacist Ilan J. Kreiser, MBA.

Our company specializes in the import of medications, diagnostic aids and medical devices, otherwise unavailable in Israel, on a named-patient basis and for medical institutions. All import is performed with the authorization of the Israeli Ministry of Health.

Thanks to extensive international contacts, Kreiser Medical often brokers the sale of pharmaceuticals between two countries other than Israel.

Kreiser Medical also imports and markets new and innovative products for the consumer healthcare market, whether under its own name or through NFS Enterprises, an affiliated company.

Clicking on the links to the left will give you more information about our services and products, as well as our management team.

We are committed to fast, efficient and personal service to our customers.
Ilan J. Kreiser is a pharmacist, graduate (1984) of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem School of Pharmacy in Israel. He has a Masters degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the School of Management at the Heriott Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland.

About Ilan J. Kreiser

altMr. Kreiser has extensive international professional experience and in his student days served a 4-year term as Secretary General of the International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation (IPSF). In recognition of his service, Mr. Kreiser was awarded Honorary Life Membership of the Federation.

After his graduation, Mr. Kreiser initiated and established the Young Pharmacists' Group of the International Federation of Pharmacists (FIP).

He is still involved in international pharmacy affairs, being an active member of the American Pharmacists' Association (APhA) and of the International Federation of Pharmacists. He is well connected in many other pharmacy organizations including the national organizations of Great Britain, South Africa and Australia.
In Israel, Ilan Kreiser served a three year term as Chairman of the Pharmaceutical Society of Israel (PSI). During his tenure, he initiated and administered a Continuing Education (CE) program for pharmacists, the first of its kind in Israel, in cooperation with the APhA. He is still the Chairman of the PSI CE Committee and responsible for the continued administration of the program.
Mr. Kreiser was employed in Super-Pharm, Israel's largest drugstore chain, for 15 years, leaving the company in 1996. For the last 9 years he was the Authorized Pharmacist and Manager of two of the chain's branches.
Ilan's international professional contacts span the globe reaching 60 countries. These contacts are useful in his current activity as importer of specialized medications and innovative healthcare products