Navigation Links
Alpha Source, Inc. Donates Over $320,000 in Defibrillator Equipment Parts to SE Medical Systems for Medical Missions
Date:6/4/2013

Milwaukee, Wisc. (PRWEB) June 04, 2013

Alpha Source, Inc., a Wisconsin-based medical equipment parts distributor, donated over $320,000 in retail value of defibrillator replacement parts to SE Medical Systems, a full-service anesthesia to x-ray independent biomedical service organization that supports various medical missions in the U.S. and around the world. The defibrillator equipment parts will be used during SE Medical Systems’ mission trips and the parts will also be assembled into ready-for-use defibrillator kits for any organization needing defibrillator parts for their mission work.

“Our goal is to serve as a repair depot for defibrillators for organizations doing mission work. The parts donated by Alpha Source will allow us to put together defibrillator rebuild kits that can be sent to any organization looking to service defibrillators for their missions. Alpha Source’s donation will help tremendously in our effort to provide needed medical care in places that otherwise would not receive the attention required,” said Dave Wayne, CEO of SE Medical Systems.

According to Norine Carlson-Weber, president of Alpha Source, “The challenges that mission workers face, especially when they are asked to fix medical equipment, is immense. The rebuild kits SE Medical Systems is putting together will help speed up the repair process of defibrillators which can impact the lives of many.”

To request a defibrillator repair kit for mission work, contact SE Medical Systems at 770-210-6693.

Alpha Source supports various medical mission charities including Samaritan’s Purse, the International Child Heart Foundation, Friends of the Orphans, The Luz Fund, Seattle Anesthesia Outreach, and the TriMedx Foundation.

SE Medical Systems, based in Fayetteville, GA, is an independent service organization with a philosophy of giving back to the U.S. and international medical communities. SE Medical Systems supports various medical missions including Operation Renewed Hope, Medshare, Saint Benedict Joseph Medical Center in Honduras, the Children’s Surgery Center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, the Luz Foundation in Peru, and others.

About Alpha Source, Inc.
Located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Alpha Source, Inc., a WBENC certified company, provides innovative solutions in procurement and logistics for a variety of industries including healthcare and government. Established in 1986, Alpha Source is an ISO13485:2003 battery pack manufacturer with an emphasis on products used in medical and technical applications. Alpha Source distributes a variety of medical equipment parts including medical lamps, batteries, monitoring accessories, fiber optics, O2 sensors, power protection products, diagnostic Instruments and supplies, and mounting solutions. For a complete list of products or for more information on Alpha Source, visit http://www.alphasource.com or call 800.654.9845.

###

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013alphasource/defibrillatordonation/prweb10784891.htm.


'/>"/>
Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2012 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved

Related biology technology :

1. Nutra Pharma Announces Publication of a New Mechanism Study of Alpha-Cobratoxin in the Treatment of Pain
2. AlphaVax Announces Nomination for 2012 Vaccine Industry Excellence Award
3. How the alphabet of data processing is growing: Research team generates flying qubits
4. AlphaBio Centrix, LLC Announces a New Discovery for Programming Energetic Patches
5. Study suggests expanding the genetic alphabet may be easier than previously thought
6. MiMedx Group to Present at the Craig-Hallum 2012 Alpha Select Conference
7. Alpha Source, Inc. Donates $1,000 to the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation
8. Alpha Source, Inc. Makes Third Straight Inc. 5000 List with Three-Year Sales Growth of 53%
9. Alpha Source, Inc.’s Manufacturing Division, Access Battery, Nominated for Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award
10. Alpha Source, Inc. to Exhibit at the AAMI 2013 Conference and Expo
11. Aquatic Habitats Donates Research Equipment to Gadsden State Community College
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:8/15/2017)... ... ... Kapstone Medical is proud to announce that it has reached ... inventors develop and safeguard their latest innovations. The company has grown from a ... clients in the United States and around the world. , Company Founder and ...
(Date:8/15/2017)... ... 15, 2017 , ... The Conference Forum and The Trout ... a series of upcoming panels and events. The partnership culminates with the 4th ... in New York City. , “With our experience in producing the Immuno-Oncology 360° NYC ...
(Date:8/14/2017)... ... , ... The Conference Forum has confirmed the one-day agenda for ... 6, 2017 at the Marriott Copley Place in Boston, MA. , Returning as program ... Strategy, Pfizer Innovative Research Lab, Pfizer, who leads 19 industry speakers in discussing how ...
(Date:8/10/2017)... , ... August 09, 2017 , ... ... help the agriculture industry reach its ideal customers with the right message. Their ... , “As a Midwest company, we realize how crucial the agriculture industry is,” ...
Breaking Biology Technology:
(Date:7/20/2017)... WASHINGTON , July 20, 2017 Delta (NYSE: ... to board any Delta aircraft at Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). ... Delta launches biometrics ... Delta,s ... Delta Sky Club is now integrated into the boarding process to ...
(Date:6/23/2017)... and ITHACA, N.Y. , June ... Cornell University, a leader in dairy research, today announced ... designed to help reduce the chances that the global ... onset of this dairy project, Cornell University has become ... Sequencing the Food Supply Chain, a food safety initiative ...
(Date:5/23/2017)... , May 23, 2017  Hunova, the first robotic gym for the ... been officially launched in Genoa, Italy . The first ... and the USA . The technology was developed ... market by the IIT spin-off Movendo Technology thanks to a 10 million ... News Release, please click: ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):