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Heartland Medical Sales & Service is a 20 year old supplier of new and refurbished surgical and recovery room medical equipment.
Two healthcare providers have recently discovered and began working with Heartland through OpenMarkets: Johnson Regional Medical Center in AR and Fleming Island Surgery Center in FL. Both centers were looking for refurbished equipment, and Heartland won their business by being fully engaged on the OpenMarkets, and ensuring that no question went unanswered.
• Johnson Regional Medical Center was looking for a refurbished Mindray Pulse Oximeter and was connected to 7 Suppliers on the OpenMarkets platform. Heartland began the conversation by getting all the background information necessary in order to provide the most accurate quote right away. Between their quick quoting and engaged responses on the platform, the deal was closed in just a week!
• Fleming Island Surgery Center needed a refurbished electrosurgical unit as soon as possible, and was connected to five suppliers through OpenMarkets. Heartland was able to set them up with a trade-in value for their previously broken ESU, as well as expedite the shipping of the new unit to ensure it got to Fleming as soon as they needed it.
For organizations seeking to stretch their capital dollars, buying refurbished equipment can open up resources to put back into other aspects, like patient care and research. When they do, Heartland will be ready, with their exemplary customer service and quality products.
About Heartland Medical:
Heartland Medical is a supplier of new and refurbished capital medical equipment specializing in operating and recovery room equipment sales, rentals, maintenance, support, and service. They opened in 1998 by expert anesthesia technicians striking out on their own, and their business model was to provide competent, reliable service and repair of anesthesia machines. However, Heartland techs were so often asked by their service customers about which equipment was reliable to purchase that they made the natural progression to refurbish and sell equipment; eventually branching out into more and more types of equipment as their experience grew.