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MedPro Installs 1000th Ultrasound System Worldwide
Date:8/27/2008

Multiple Ultrasound Solution Provider Doubles Sales Over Same Period Last

Year

WAUKESHA, Wis., Aug. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- MedPro Imaging, a premier provider of economical ultrasound solutions, today announced it has installed its 1000th ultrasound system, representing a doubling of sales over the same period last year. Recent installations include Norwegian American Hospital in Chicago, Women's Center for Advanced Imaging in Oak Lawn, Illlinois, Shared Medical Systems in Charlotte, NC as well as Premier Diagnostics in Dallas, Texas, all highly respected medical facilities.

"The wide variety of choices offered by MedPro offers us optimum ultrasound solutions and the ability to pick and choose what is best for any specific department," William Rhorich, director of Materials Management at Norwegian American. "We purchased an Acuson Sequoia for the Echocardiography Department and a MindRay M5 system for Interventional Radiology. In order to store and instantly retrieve the digital ultrasound images we also installed the MedStreaming PACS solution and were seamlessly able to integrate all of our digital modalities due to MedStreaming's SR capabilities and the ultrasound systems' DICOM open architecture."

Founded in 2005, by Charlie Jahnke, MedPro Imaging is recognized as the fastest-growing dealer of new and reconditioned imaging equipment in the United States. MedPro Imaging offers new and used options in ultrasound systems, transducers and parts. The Company's product line focuses on the world's leading manufacturers of ultrasound systems including, GE, Siemens, Sonosite, ATL/Philips, Mindray, and other highly trusted brands. The Company also now is distributing MedStreaming PACS (Picture Archiving and Communications System) as part of its ultrasound image archiving solutions.

"Our mission within the industry is to provide the right solution for our customer while maintaining our reputation as a high-integrity company," said Keith Rubenstein, senior vice president, Sales and Marketing for MedPro. "We continually strive to be responsible and responsive to our customers with excellence in all that we do, while offering an industry-proven reputation for standing behind every piece of new and reconditioned equipment we sell."

About MedPro Imaging

MedPro Imaging was founded in 2005 by Charles Jahnke, a long-time veteran of ultrasound including GE Healthcare. He was joined by ultrasound sales and marketing professional Keith Rubenstein in early 2008 who was chartered to expand the company's market reach for both new and refurbished ultrasound systems. MedPro does business in 18 countries. The company's mission is to provide the highest integrity service, offering customers the most appropriate solutions for the customer's specific imaging and image management needs. For further information, visit http://www.medproimaging.com.


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