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Cambodia
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Cambodia

A major urban hospital was undergoing a multi-million renovation. This included both operating and exam rooms that required overhead supports. This project proved particularly challenging since, the final medical equipment was undetermined, requiring that the supports be designed and installed to house various types of equipment. Additionally, obstructions and existing site conditions made the workspace...

Vietnam
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Vietnam

We worked extensively with medical equipment manufacturers, general contractors, architects, and hospital facility managers to develop support systems that met the local government’s demanding requirements.  From basic radiology equipment to large integrated boom systems, we designed and installed the best support system for their needs.

Uganda
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Uganda

We supplied sterilizers, mortuary equipment, dental unit, diagnostic imaging, operating lights and operating tables. ‘Plug and play” equipment with normal M&E requirements easily connected to standard electrical outlets and/or water source. Everything planned and supplied by us, we also delivered ultrasound machine, ventilator, ECG machine, dialysis machine, endoscopy system, loose medical and non-medical equipment, medical...

Laos
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Laos

The local hospital wanted to replace existing storage throughout the operating suite, from the theatres through to anaesthetic rooms, prosthesis rooms, recovery rooms and storerooms, to increase capacity and streamline procedures. To meet the hospital’s targets, we provided a range of equipment. The installation completed successfully within the tight timeframe.

Ethiopia
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Ethiopia

We recently completed work at CURE Ethiopia Children’s Hospital, working again with our specialist engineering team. Our team was brought in to completely remodel the day surgery units. Our materials management solutions are already used successfully in many departments across the hospital, so the project presented an ideal opportunity to extend them across other areas...

China (Tianjin)
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China (Tianjin)

The Project purpose was to increase the availability, range and quality of services provided by local medical facilities and hospitals, reorient service delivery toward more cost-effective health care, decentralize decision making for capital investments to the facility level; and support other policy development. Over 5,000 durable medical equipment items and almost 50,000 consumable items were...