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SERVICES AND SOLUTIONS

 Medical Equipment Management - Electronic and Mechanical
We maintain and repair over 13500 patient related devices across HHS. This includes infusion pumps, defibrillators, patient monitors, ventilators and diagnostic ultrasound units. Mechanical repair and surgical equipment sharpening are also provided by our skilled mechanical biomedical staff.

Shared Services / Remote Hospital Services

The same dedication and service that can be found supporting the Juravinski Hospital, Hamilton General Hospital, and McMaster Children's Hospital, are also offered to surrounding centres and rural hospitals. For over a decade, our department has been providing biomedical maintenance to the following health centres:

  • Groves Memorial Hospital
  • Louise Marshall Hospital
  • Palmerston District Hospital

 

Ultrasound Equipment Support
Our staff is also trained on numerous diagnostic ultrasound units, from various vendors. Here is just a sample of the vendors our staff are trained by:

  • Philips
  • GE
  • Toshiba
  • Zonare
  • Sonosite

Basic Patient Equipment    
Within the department, we also have staff that manage basic patient equipment such as beds, lifts, etc..

Medical Device Innovation Committee
Have an idea? Let us help develop it further. Biomedical Technology offers their services to help with your innovative ideas. Speak with your Manager and contact Mike Capuano for further details.

Consultation
The purchase of equipment and its lifespan is an important investment. With Biomedical Technology, you can receive input as to considerations most commonly overlook in the purchasing or selection of a medical device. Biomedical Technology is pleased to help with any of your technology concerns, and is experienced in RFPs and Trialing of medical devices.

Hamilton Health Sciences • Hamilton, Ontario • 905.521.2100

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