Medical Equipment Company for Doctors and Hospitals

Your medical equipment is with you every step of the way, from helping you diagnose a sinus infection to leading you into a complicated open-heart surgery, which is why it should be sourced from a responsible, reputable company. We realize that purchasing new medical equipment or replacing outdated technology opens up a world of options. While there are just a handful of leading manufacturers dealing in new equipment, strong companies like DoctorsDepot.com are coming to the secondary market to refurbish, rebuild and resell patient monitors and anesthesia machines.

Dealing in the medical trade means taking on a lot of responsibility, as each piece of equipment serves an invaluable function on patients each and every day. Choosing a refurbished machine over a new one is a wise move, as they can save your facility a large chunk of change while maintaining a level of expertise and functionality that you’ve come to know. Understanding how to navigate the market will not only save you time and money, but afford you and your doctor’s peace of mind that you’ve made the right decision.

Conducting research on the company you’re hoping to purchase from is imperative, not only to get a better sense of the machines they sell, but also to ensure that each piece has been meticulously refurbished. Patient safety is number one, so ensuring that the medical equipment company you have chosen employees sound techniques, skilled technicians and a solid warranty policy, is key. Asking questions such as ‘how old is this machine?’ and ‘what steps and repairs have you conducted thus far?’ will give you a sense of the company’s commitment to the process. If you’re purchasing an anesthesia machine, as if the computer has been cleaned or rebuilt, if ventilators have been checked, cleaned or replaced, and if all accessories are attached and in working order. Just because a machine is for sale, does not mean it’s ready for your office. Vital working parts should always be tested and replaced if necessary. Exterior aesthetic elements like painted pieces, castor wheels and drawer knobs should be presentable and no chipped or broken.

Lastly, and most importantly, the work should be completed by a trained technician, using certified parts from the manufacturer of the equipment. Each brand of medical equipment comes with a unique checklist, necessary to keep their products in tip top shape. Using a company that trains their technicians on each machine they carry, means that he machine you are getting is the one you need. In addition, parts used to restore medical equipment should be certified from the same manufacturer.

Any medical equipment you purchase should come with a minimum one year warranty. Providing such service and support allows you room to use your machine without fear that something might go wrong days, months or a year later. It also speaks volumes of the company you are buying from, that they believe in their equipment and the technicians they employ.


DoctorsDepot.com is proud to repair and sell used medical equipment, offering a 100% money back guarantee on all of our machines. Just call or email us for a quote.

 

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