If you need medical equipment repair for your thoracic service, then Quality Medical South can help. They service, repair, sell and rent biomedical equipment such as thoracic equipment, infusion equipment, respiratory equipment and more. They work on brands such as Abbott, Baxter, Braun, Breas, CareFusion, Flight Medical Healthdyne, Philips/Respironics and more. They employ highly skilled and factory trained technicians who know how repair, calibrate and test sensitive biomedical equipment. When you get equipment back from them you can be confident your equipment will function properly.
Quality Medical can help you lower the cost of equipment ownership, be it thoracic equipment or other biomedical equipment. They can help you with repair and service of equipment such equipment used in video-assisted endoscopy and thoracoscopy. Whether you need repairs to a diode laser, a surgical telescope, trocar-cannulus , a double-lumen endobronchial tube or a medical video camera, Quality Medical South can help. They also offer equipment management solutions that help reduce equipment costs by optimizing logistics and reducing equipment downtime.
Quality Medical South is biomedical equipment repair company and they offer customers a wide range of service including equipment repairs for thoracic service, respiratory service and infusion service. They provide fast turnaround that helps reduce the need to additional standby equipment. Their technical expertise will also prolong the life your biomedical equipment.
When you need thoracic equipment service you need look no further than Quality Medical South. They medical equipment repair services to hospitals, HME (Home Medical Equipment) companies, long term acute care facilities, urgent care clinics, nursing homes, private practices and veterinary clinics. The can help you with the service and repair of your thoracic service equipment. In addition to biomedical equipment repair and service, they also refurbish, sell and rent medical equipment, including equipment for thoracic service.