Centurion Service Group Will Sell the Medical Assets of 22 Brown Mackie College Campuses Through Live Auctions

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The world's largest medical auction house, Centurion Service Group, will sell medical assets from 22 Brown Mackie College locations throughout the remainder of 2017

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Centurion Service Group has agreed to resell the medical assets from Brown Mackie College campuses starting now through the end of 2017.

Centurion Service Group has agreed to resell the medical assets from Brown Mackie College campuses starting now through the end of 2017. Centurion, the world’s largest used medical equipment auction house, will sell these assets at its upcoming live auctions.

Last year, Brown Mackie College announced that they would be closing 22 of 26 locations at the for-profit institute. These closures have left an abundance of quality nursing equipment, as well as, veterinary, dental, and surgical equipment that Centurion Service Group will be selling throughout the remainder of the year.

“Our live auctions will truly be the best opportunity for medical equipment buyers to purchase high-end nursing equipment,” said Erik Tivin, CEO of Centurion Service Group.

Two to three live auctions will be held every month at Centurion’s locations, including Chicago, Las Vegas and South Florida. In addition to traditional on-site bidding, Centurion’s auctions are open to internet bidders who register at http://www.centurionservice.com/live-auctions.

Auction registration information and a complete list of medical equipment for each auction can be found on the Centurion website at http://www.centurionservice.com. For more information, please contact Centurion’s Vice President Eric Wilensky at ewilensky@centurionservice.com.

About Centurion Service Group:
Centurion Service Group is the largest used medical equipment auction house in the world, with warehouse locations in Chicago, Las Vegas and South Florida. Medical equipment buyers from around the world utilize Centurion’s auctions for all hospital equipment purchasing needs including radiology, anesthesia, lab, exam, patient monitoring, cardiology, endoscopy, surgery, instrumentation, disposables, and much more. With over 8,000 pieces of surplus medical equipment sold every month, it’s ideal as a single source for acquiring a wide range of medical equipment and in desired quantities. View upcoming auctions here.

Centurion’s sellers are equipment manufacturers, hospitals, surgery centers, radiology centers, and other healthcare facilities in the United States. They have the ability to assist those healthcare facilities with every phase of the equipment’s life cycle: auctioning surplus equipment for fair market value, hospital and other medical facility closures and consolidations, inventory services, equipment appraisal services, and assisting facilities in managing the reallocation of equipment within their hospital or hospital system. All the programs Centurion offers streamline the surplus process, minimizing the disruption to the hospital facility and maximizing the profit. For more information, please visit http://www.centurionservice.com.

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