A new lease on life for medical imaging systems

How refurbished medical systems can conserve resources, provide access to diagnostic imaging, and contribute to better patient care.

Published on August 5, 2021

Locked within every manufactured product are not only the innovative spirit of its developers but also valuable resources, raw materials, and work. That is why it is so important to keep products for as long as possible – and medical systems are no exception. Yet, technological and medical progress – especially in combination – sometimes require customers to invest in new equipment in order to face the growing challenges of daily hospital routine. But this certainly does not have to mean the end of life for used devices. Under certain conditions, Siemens Healthineers will buy them back, breathe new life into them, and return them to the market at a lower price. This is not only good for our resources but also offers access to affordable high-quality systems in less wealthy regions.

Techiman, a relatively small regional capital, is located on Ghana’s main south-north axis.

Refurbishment and reuse of medical imaging devices and spare parts

Stefanie Schmidt from Siemens Healthineers takes care of the refurbishment of medical imaging systems.

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