Infinity Medical Equipment Services Completes Successful Service Call in Senegal

Infinity Medical Equipment Services recently conducted and successfully completed a service call in Senegal, Africa with the use of Cisco’s WebEx. The healthcare consulting group utilizes innovative technologies to bring engineers to remote locations in Africa.

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"Here at IMES we have created revolutionary solutions to provide these isolated facilities with the support they need at an efficient and cost effective basis,” stated Lee Ropiak, founder and CEO of IMES.

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 30, 2014

Infinity Medical Equipment Services (IMES) recently conducted and successfully completed a service call in Senegal, Africa with the use of Cisco’s WebEx. The healthcare consulting group utilizes innovative technologies to bring engineers to remote locations in Africa.

Last week, Dr. Wassamba Thiam of Clinique du Golf in Camberen needed help with a part for his new Philips Cath-Lab. IMES delivered the service via live video with the help of 25 American experts in diagnostic imaging. IMES allowed the remote cardiovascular surgical facility in the Sub-Saharan region to have access to advance technology to the top engineering resources.

“We have seen great success with our partnerships with remote healthcare facilities in Africa. Not only can it can be painfully expensive to send one engineer to a remote location in Africa but it can also take a great deal of time that they may not have. Here at IMES we have created revolutionary solutions to provide these isolated facilities with the support they need at an efficient and cost effective basis,” stated Lee Ropiak, founder and CEO of IMES.

Time after time, when competing with European engineers, the combined resources of American engineers coordinated by IMES deliver unmatched solutions. A handful of the most recent success stories include:

  • IMES has helped modernize the facility of Dr. Sulu Mase’ba Mwang at Le Centre Hospitalier Nganda, in Kinshasa.
  • In Nigeria, Ropiak selected a GE Profile 5 Open MRI, GE LightSpeed Ultra 8 Slice, for Georges Diagnostic Centre in Port Harcourt.
  • In Dubai, UAE, Dr. Raza Ghalamghas at the Gulf Clinic acquired Enhanced External Counter pulsation device (EECP) from a progressive hospital in Kentucky through IMES.

“Two years ago we couldn’t even attract attention, but as the word spreads, more and more doctors, clinics and hospitals turn to us for solutions,” continued Ropiak.

For more information about Infinity Medical Equipment Services please visit: http://www.infinitymed.com

About Infinity Medical Equipment Services:
Located in New York, New York, Infinity Medical Equipment Services was founded by Lee Ropiak. IMBS works side-by-side with your team, clarifying issues, refining ideas and giving them shape. Infinity Medical Business Solutions (IMBS) is a healthcare consulting group, answering the needs of hospitals, free standing imaging centers and doctor practices. IMBS provides management services for hospitals and physicians that want to enter the latest clinical and technological breakthroughs and deploys state-of-the-art imaging technology. IMBS brings your organization an outside-in viewpoint that introduces a broader perspective. Our rigorous, fact-based data collection and analysis and our proven processes enable your organization to develop sustainable competitive advantages. The result: creation of superior value for shareholders.


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    Infinity Medical Equipment Services
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