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Local As-Needed Support

Equipment Maintenance and Repair, On Demand

For healthcare facilities located in Florida or the New York Tri-State Area, CEMC now offers as-needed medical equipment maintenance and repair services. Whether you're a hospital in need of temporary assistance, or an ambulatory center, medical clinic, surgery center, or doctor's office with electronic medical equipment — CEMC provides clinical engineering support to meet your needs. For hospitals outside these regions, please view our list of national programs.

  • Medical Equipment Repairs
  • Planned Maintenance
  • Electrical Safety Testing

Federal and state regulators, e.g., The Joint Commission, AAAHC, and AHCA, require that planned maintenance and electrical safety testing schedules are in place and carried out regularly on any electronic medical equipment within patient contact areas.

Local As-needed Support services include:

  • Both hourly and contract pricing available
  • 180 day workmanship warranty (double the industry standard)
  • Free site walkthrough and program / equipment evaluation

Scheduled Maintenance Benefits

CEMC also offers scheduled maintenance service plans. Customers who take advantage of this service offer enjoy benefits such as:

  • Discounted Service Rates
  • Loaner Equipment
  • Detailed Equipment Reports
  • Compliance Assurance

On Demand Equipment Specialties

  • Cardiology
  • Physiological Monitoring
  • Surgical Equipment
  • Respiratory Therapy
  • Laboratory
  • Radiology
  • General Office

Medical Equipment Repairs

Our technicians are trained and experienced in servicing a large variety of equipment makes and modalities. Troubleshooting and repairs can be performed either onsite or at our shop depending the severity or nature of the problem.

Planned Maintenance (PM)

Planned Maintenance includes verification of calibration, functionality inspection, parts replacement (as required) and correction of minor faults before serious failure or injury might occur. PM's are performed in accordance with manufacturers' technical specifications and regulatory guidelines.

Electrical Safety Testing (ES)

Electrical Safety is important to ensure that your medical device poses no fire, shock, or overall safety hazard to the patient. Testing is done for current leakage and equipment is inspected for conductive materials or chemicals that may come in contact with an electrical device.

  • ES testing should be completed at least once annually.
  • As with PM, ES testing is performed by a technician qualified to current standards that meet those of the AAMI, UL-544 and NFPA-99.