Medical Equipment Servicing


The safety and wellbeing of patients and staff in the health care sector is paramount and having well cared for equipment in good working order is vital for patient care and to protect the health and safety of medical professionals. 

RIMS Engineering has been providing best quality medical equipment servicing to local Tasmanian hospitals and health care providers for more than 15 years. Our highly experienced technicians can travel to your site to carry out preventive maintenance and emergency breakdown repairs on:

 

PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE 

RIMS Engineering can provide comprehensive preventative maintenance to ensure your equipment is kept in best working order. Servicing is scheduled at regular intervals to best suit the requirements of health care providers. The burden of regular maintenance is removed from health care professionals leaving you free to focus on core activities.

 

EMERGENCY REPAIRS 

Some equipment is critical and there is no room for loss of functionality. We provide 24/7 emergency breakdown repairs for vital equipment including operating tables and patient beds. 

Most servicing and repairs can be carried out in-situ, for more complicated repairs we have fully equipped service centres in both Hobart and Launceston to diagnose more complicated faults and carry out more extensive repairs.

We have established relationships with health equipment suppliers allowing us to source genuine parts and maintain warranty of expensive equipment.

 

LABORATORY & SCIENTIFIC

We also sell and service Scientific and Laboratory equipment including Nitrogen Generators, Clean Dry Air Systems (Medical Breathing Air) for use in hospitals and health care facilities (Respiratory therapy, Hyperbaric Oxygen therapy, Life Support systems and Neo Natal care),  click here for more information.

Call us today on 1300 725 470 to develop a comprehensive servicing plan and have peace of mind knowing that your critical medical equipment is fully functional and available to meet patient needs.