Impressive Nuclear Medicine & Ultrasound Equipment Sales and Service!
Associated Imaging Services has been offering nuclear medicine and ultrasound solutions to our customers since 1990. We specialize in the sales and service of new and refurbished nuclear medicine cameras and ultrasound systems throughout Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas and the surrounding areas.
AIS is recognized for our service and parts inventory for a wide range of nuclear medicine equipment including GE, SMV, Siemens, Philips, ADAC, Mediso, and more. If you are looking to add or upgrade a nuclear medicine camera we have a variety of options for you to consider including both new and refurbished cameras.
On the ultrasound side of things, we can also provide new and refurbished equipment along with many service options. Our ultrasound engineers routinely provide service on GE, Acuson, Siemens, ATL, HP, Philips, Toshiba, Mindray, and Alpinion ultrasound systems.
Associated Imaging Services wants to be a resource for you on all your nuclear medicine and ultrasound needs. Call us today, you’ll be glad you did!
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