More hospitals relying on leading healthcare company’s ‘A+’ International Standards-certified medical devices, services to help treat patients
Houston – An international certification organization recognized US Med-Equip with a renewed seal of approval for its support to thousands of healthcare professionals in their life-saving work.
US Med-Equip is partnering with a record number of top hospitals across the nation to provide more than 35,000 of the highest quality equipment—including respiratory, neonatal, infusion and other devices—to improve patients’ health.
Hospital partners gave the leading healthcare company high marks for consistently exceeding expectations as part of the International Organization for Standardization’s (ISO) quality management system’s rigorous certification process.
“This [ISO 9001:2015] standard is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the motivation, and implication of top management, the process approach, and continual improvement,” ISO asserted.
US Med-Equip’s company culture across its 30 offices is driven by every employee’s shared purpose: to support the vital work healthcare providers do every day to help patients heal. Each team member takes pride in knowing they and their company are doing whatever it takes to help hospitals and medical staff treat patients with the highest quality medical equipment when they need it.
“Whether transporting incubators, ventilators or other life-support equipment to hospitals at a moment’s notice, our team treats every order and every device as though it was intended to treat their own family members,” US Med-Equip CEO Gurmit Singh Bhatia said.
US Med-Equip is a Houston-based healthcare company specializing in the rental, sales, service and asset management of movable medical equipment; it uses proprietary technology proven to help healthcare providers efficiently use, inventory and manage rented medical equipment, which helps hospitals reduce operating costs and apply savings to staffing and other critical needs.