Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 10, 2014
U.S. hospitals are continuously updating their equipment to stay current with the latest technology. With every new piece of equipment they purchase, there is an old piece that might be thrown in the dumpster or put in a storage closet. Since 2001, Centurion Service Group has been providing an alternative by picking up the used medical equipment from hospitals, transporting it to one of their warehouses and selling it in large auctions. CSG has grown to be the largest medical auction house in the world with locations in Chicago, Las Vegas and soon, Dubai. They currently host up to two live auctions each month, selling between 2,000-6,000 lots of medical equipment each auction. Medical equipment buyers from around the world are able to purchase equipment from these auctions because they offer both online and on-site bidding.
Centurion Service Group’s next auction will take place in Chicago on February 11, 12 and 13. They will be selling over 5,500 pieces of equipment including 20+ OR tables, 150 hospital beds, 6 surgical microscopes, 55+ ventilators, c-arms, a CT-Scanner, and so much more! “If you are looking to outfit a surgery center or hospital or you just need fill spot in your existing facility, I can assure you that it can be found at one of our auctions,” said Erik Tivin, founder and CEO of Centurion Service Group.
Equipment highlights, along with the auction catalog and registration are available on their website http://www.centurionservice.com.
About Centurion Service Group, LLC
Centurion Service Group auctions are a one-stop shop for all medical equipment buyers. With a continuous turnover of medical equipment coming from hospitals, surgery centers and other healthcare facilities around the United States, their inventory is constantly changing. All auctions are simulcast online so that buyers around the world can participate; for a more personal experience, buyers can inspect the equipment and participate in the auctions on-site. Centurion Service Group also has timed auctions where they sell installed radiology and other high-valued medical equipment.