RURAL HALL, N.C., EXTON, Pa. and SAN DIEGO, Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- RS&A, Inc. (Radiotherapy Simulators and Accelerators), a southeastern US provider of oncology equipment sales and service, announced today that it has joined in a strategic alliance with Radiology Oncology Systems, Inc. (ROS), an oncology and diagnostic imaging equipment sales and consulting firm, and Acceletronics, Inc., a US provider of oncology equipment service and distributor of new and pre-owned radiotherapy equipment, to market and support the TheraView Electronic Portal Imaging for IGRT (Image Guided Radiation Therapy) and IMRT (Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy) verification. ROS, RS&A, and Acceletronics' strategic relationship includes the co-marketing of an extensive line of pre-owned and refurbished IMRT and IGRT-equipped linear accelerators, CT and MRI Scanners, and other diagnostic imaging equipment.
"We are very pleased to announce that our successful strategic alliance with ROS now includes RS&A," said Mike Summers, President of Acceletronics, Inc. "With our combined capabilities and working in concert with the goal to exceed our customer's expectations, we now bring cost effective IMRT and IGRT equipment, parts, and local service solutions to the oncology community in the southeastern United States."
"Our alliance with Acceletronics has enabled us to offer enhanced products and services to our customers worldwide," said John Vano, President of Radiology Oncology Systems, Inc. (ROS). "With the TheraView system, we can now offer turn key IGRT solutions to our customers, and with Acceletronics and RS&A, we can offer excellent refurbishment, installation, and support services across the USA on most all manufacturers' equipment."
"We are excited to be working together with ROS and Acceletronics, and
to be a part of the leading independent service and equipment team in the
industry," said Kenneth Wolff, President of RS&A, Inc. "Our combined
expertise and our co
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