News | November 20, 2008

Siemens Offers Modular Building Solutions with Imaging Equipment

November 21, 2008 – In close collaboration with MedBuild, a specialized healthcare division of Modular Space Corp. (ModSpace), Siemens Healthcare offers modular construction solutions together with its first-class imaging equipment tailored to the customers space, needs and budget to help generate faster ROI with new imaging equipment and to improve the patient experience.

Modular building solutions aims to provide healthcare facilities the space they need to enhance their capabilities and patient care, while reducing construction timelines and costs.

Siemens and MedBuild will be showcasing a building solution, including the Siemens MAGNETOM ESSENZA MRI system at this year’s RSNA in Chicago, Nov. 30 to Dec. 4. MedBuild will introduce a new product line of imaging buildings designed to fast track the acquisition of new imaging equipment, and they will also exhibit a full size 14-foot x 50-foot prototype building at the MedBuild Booth #7000 in Hall B (North Building).

For more information: www.usa.siemens.com/healthcare

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