HealthMed360 has reported its acquisition of Vector Medical Imaging’s assets, including tools, test equipment and inventory. Also joining the HealthMed360 team is Vector President Jim Pike. He is now HealthMed’s senior computer and electronics engineer.
Vector Medical Imaging is focused on the repair of high failure/high end diagnostic imaging replacement parts, including various CT and MRI computers, workstations, GE patient table pumps, cylinders, motors and other electro mechanical repairs for GE, Siemens and Philips parts.
“The purchase of Vector Medical Imaging and Jim Pike joining the HealthMed360 team aligns with our main goal of having the leading provider of quality parts repairs, systems and services under one roof,” HealthMed360 President Robert Dakessian said.
“Under HealthMed360, it gives us more resources and opportunities for additional growth and better customer service. I share Robert’s vision of being the go-to company for all imaging parts repair,” Pike added.
HealthMed360’s focus is equipment sales, installation/deinstallation, system upgrades and refurbishment, replacement parts and in-house parts repair, cold head replacements and they have a mobile fleet for interim mobile rentals. HealthMed360 works with hospitals, imaging centers, clinics, asset management companies and independent service organizations.