News | September 28, 2006

Georgia Sports Medicine Facility Installs Agfa’s IMPAX

Agfa HealthCare announced today that Pinnacle Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Specialists has purchased and will be installing Agfa's IMPAX for Orthopaedics at its eight offices in the Atlanta, GA area. Pinnacle will also install three of Agfa's CR 25.0 digitizers and software for full-leg, full-spine imaging creating a complete digital working environment, from image acquisition to storage and distribution of pre- and post-surgical planning data.
"We pride ourselves in our commitment to high-quality care and we expect no less from our providers," said Mike Butler, chief executive officer at Pinnacle. "Agfa HealthCare is not only a leader in PACS technology, but its reputation in service and support, as well as reliability of its equipment is second to none. In choosing IMPAX, open standards and connectivity services were important factors in our selection process."

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