Biomed to Businessman: A Look at Medical Equipment Service Professionals Who Have Started Their Own Successful Business
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Long-term industry stalwarts InterMed Biomedical, InterMed Ultrasound, InterMed Nuclear Medicine, and InterMed X-Ray have joined forces with premier financial player Wafra Partners, LLC to form The InterMed Group.
Medical equipment sales, service and training company, interMed, knows that working smarter and harder is the key to thriving. it’s especially crucial in the healthcare field, where companies face regulation, reform and economic uncertainty on a daily basis.
InterMed Biomedical Services Inc. and InterMed Nuclear Medicine Services Inc. achieved the prestigious ISO 9001 quality system certification.
The top awards went to the Gainesville office of engineering firm CH2M Hill as overall large business of the year and Alachua-based medical equipment company InterMed Biomedical Services as overall small business of the year.
InterMed Biomedical Services Sells and services an extensive array of manufacturers and models of new and used biomedical equipment.
InterMed Biomedical’s Northern Territory Accounts Manager Will Moore just received his CBET certification.
InterMed X-ray of Alachua, which sells and services medical imaging equipment, grew 120 percent in revenue, from $2.5 million to $5.5 million, to rank No. 2,502.