News | Interventional Radiology | May 06, 2021

Omega Medical Imaging Spins Off Medical Equipment Service Company Omi Medtech

 

 

Omega Medical Imaging, an innovator in AI image-guided interventional systems for hospitals and healthcare facilities around the world, announced the spin-off of the Company’s external medical equipment service and repair efforts as OMI MedTech.

May 6, 2021 — Omega Medical Imaging, an innovator in AI image-guided interventional systems for hospitals and healthcare facilities around the world, announced the spin-off of the Company’s external medical equipment service and repair efforts as OMI MedTech. The new company operates primarily in the greater Central Florida area.

In the last 12 months, OMI MedTech has become one of the fastest-growing medical equipment and biomed service and repair companies in the market. The company offers superior customer service and after-hours availability that have made OMI MedTech a great option for hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, imaging centers, and health centers alike.

“OMI MedTech began as a medical X-ray service provider for an OEM and we realized we were doing something different,” said Nick Gaffey, President of OMI MedTech. “That something different is client-focused customer service tailored to the needs of the medical sector.”

“Omega is proud of the success OMI MedTech has enjoyed,” said Brian Fleming, President and CEO of Omega Medical Imaging. “Omega and OMI MedTech both operate with a passion for excellence and to provide unique solutions and outcomes to our customers.”

For more information: www.omnimedtech.com

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