Medfusion 3500 and Newport HT 50 Repair

Keep Your Chickens in a Row

Sometimes, animal analogies just seem a little off. Many of us have heard the term “running around like a chicken with its head cut off”– but if you’ve handled chickens, you know that they tend to run around quite a lot, even with their heads on.
Either way, this analogy still makes sense when it comes to running a complex system or enterprise. For example, hospital or provider administrators know what it’s like to have to deal with a lot of small things that add up to a certain amount of daily chaos. Sometimes, this kind of management can seem like chasing around after dozens of scrambling chickens, or to use another animal metaphor, “herding cats.”
Your resources are what you’re going after every day, trying to collect them and keep them in order. Sometimes it seems like as soon as you get everything identified and stored, it’s out in the field again, and you don’t quite know where it is. To add to this problem, items like medical machines and pieces of medical equipment start malfunctioning or wearing down, and it doesn’t take long for you to start to wonder where all your usable equipment went.
Comprehensive Servicing for Medical Equipment
At Quality Medical, we can’t help you herd your chickens every day, but we can help you to make sure that all of your medical devices and equipment are in useful, safe, serviceable condition. We work on the full range of products from all major manufacturers, including pumps, nebulizers, CPAP machines and much more. Our techs are ready and willing to assist you with any of those last-minute issues with older models that don’t have manufacturer support, or emergency situations where a machine or device needs patched up to assist clinicians. Let us help you with all of the following – and more!
• Medfusion 3500 Repair
• Sigma IV pump Service
• Newport HT 50 Repair
• Braun Syringe Pump service

Ask us what we can do to support your busy facility or provider office.

 

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Jeremy Dalton

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