News | July 15, 2008

AMS Expands PACS Presence

July, 16, 2008 - American Medical Sales Inc. announced it took orders for an additional 19 PACS sites from its distributor network during May and June of 2008.

These orders consisted 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. A number of end-users are also upgrading to include some of AMS' imaging tools, such as the OsteoGram bone density testing software and TraumaCad orthopedic templating software.

The 19 additional sites include:
- Lakeland Orthopedic Clinic (Greenwood, SC)
- Ketchikan Vet Clinic (Ketchikan, AK)
- Montgomery Spine Center (Montgomery, AL)
- Dr. Kenneth Jeffers (Loxahatchee, FL)
- D'Youville College (Buffalo, NY)
- Encino Medical Center (Encino, CA)
- Green County Hospital (Eutaw, AL)
- Carrollton Ear Nose & Throat (Carrollton,GA)
- Physicians Quality Care (Jackson, TN)
- Northside Pet Hospital (Eau Claire, WI)
- Dr. Delacruz (Harlingen, TX)
- Aagesen Chiropractic (St. Louis Park, MN)
- Salt Lake City ENT (Salt Lake City, UT)
- Intermountain Spine Institute (Salt Lake City,UT)
- New South Neurospine (Flowood, MS)
- Dr. Sanatorio Quintar (Argentina)
- Axminister Medical (Los Angeles, CA)
- C.T. Harris Imaging (Salisbury, NC)
- G Tech (Plantation,FL)
- R.J. Reynolds (Salem, VA)
- Southwest Radiology (Las Vegas, NV)

For more information: www.digitalams.com

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