Infinity Medical Engineering, a research, development and manufacturing company, will create 20 new jobs over the next three years and invest $1 million in the region when it opens its facility in the City of Kissimmee. The company will house a 10,000 square foot medical clean room as it develops devices that focus on curing and preventing hospital acquired infections, as well as improving current technologies and medical diagnostic equipment.

“The area of medical research and development is crucial to an innovation focused economy that propels advancements in life sciences and health care,” said Rick Weddle, Orlando EDC president and CEO. “The work of Infinity Medical Engineering helps solidify our reputation as a community on the forefront of patient care.”

Partners and resources used to attract this project included Enterprise Florida, the Orlando EDC, Greater Osceola Partnership for Economic Prosperity, and Osceola County.