News | June 24, 2008

MEDRAD Adds Multivendor Service to ISO 13485:2003 Certification

June 25, 2008 - MEDRAD Inc.’s multivendor service was added to its ISO 13485:2003 certification, reportedly making it one of two major providers of ultrasound transducer and MRI coil repair services with the certification.

The certification was achieved by demonstrating to the International Organization for Standards (ISO) that it has quality systems in place to ensure high-quality product and repair service.

MEDRAD’s multivendor service team provides OEM-quality repairs for all brands of MRI coils, ultrasound transducers and ultrasound parts in locations around the world. Multi Vendor Service repairs nearly 400 different makes and models of MRI coils and 300 types of ultrasound probes, in addition to providing comprehensive replacement and sourcing capabilities.

ISO 13485:2003, which is closely related to the ISO 9000 standards for quality management systems, is the international standard for the medical device industry. It specifies requirements for quality systems that demonstrate a company’s ability to provide medical devices and related services that consistently meet customer needs and regulatory requirements.

For more information: www.medrad.com

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