Every so often, we receive phone calls from hospitals or medical centers that need to have equipment removed in a big hurry. An MRI or linear accelerator project is usually planned months in advance, but every so often, circumstances require an expeditious removal.
R.O.S. to the rescue.
Recently, a customer in the Cayman Islands needed help in a hurry. A 2007 GE Profile Excite IV MRI System weighing 20,000 lbs., had to be removed in a hurry.
The result? On time, on budget, expeditious, professionally and safely executed, with a happy customer.
If your facility needs an MRI, CT Scanner, linear accelerator, or PET/CT scanner out in a hurry, we’d love to hear from you. For over 20 years, we have been serving the medical community around the world with problem-solving solutions.
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