News | October 08, 2007

AMS Announces 15 New PACS Orders

October 9, 2007 - American Medical Sales Inc. recently reported that the company has received a number of new orders from its distributor network in the last half of Q307, consisting of products from both AMS' MIDAS line of mid-sized PACS solutions and its PACS-in-a-BOX products designed for private practices and imaging centers.

Orders were for products from both AMS' MIDAS line of mid-sized PACS solutions and its PACS-in-a-BOX products designed for private practices and imaging centers.

Orders consisted of: Haskell Memorial Hospital, TX, Fondren Medical Clinics, TX, Blaine Animal Pet Hospital, MN, Northeastern Tribal Health System, OK, Internal Medicine Associates, SC, Comprehensive Orthopedics, UT, Halpert Dental X-Ray Center, CA, Seip Orthopedics, UT, Roberts Orthopedics, CA, Mahlmeister Chiropractics, OK, Justesen Clinic, UT, Med Express, FL,and Muscatine Medical IA.

For more information: www.digitalams.com

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