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ARAMARK Healthcare Technologies Taps Robert Steele to Lead ReMedPar

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Aug. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Robert Steele has joined ARAMARK Healthcare Technologies as Vice President and General Manager of the organization's Goodlettsville, TN-based, ReMedPar business, it was announced today. In this role, Rob will lead the organization's customer service and technical operations, sales, marketing and administrative functions for the provider of quality assured diagnostic imaging parts.

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"We are pleased to bring Robert Steele's industry expertise and leadership to ReMedPar," said Brian Poplin, DHA, FACHE, president of ARAMARK Healthcare Technologies  "Under his direction ReMedPar will continue to innovate and evolve in its delivery of  high quality and cost effective diagnostic imaging parts, technical expertise and training for its more than 3,000  hospital, health system, and service organization customers."

Employed by Philips Healthcare and Philips Medical Systems since 2004, Steele was most recently Director of Technology and Business Development, where he was responsible for all elements of the acquisition strategy for service and part business acquisitions and all areas relating to Multi-Vendor innovations, training, technology development, strategic planning, analytics, external revenue opportunities and repair operations.

Acquired by ARAMARK in 2011, ReMedPar is the leading provider of quality assured diagnostic imaging parts with inventories in excess of $50 million dollars. ReMedPar delivers an end-to-end solution comprised of parts, technical support, parts identification, training, repair and equipment sales. ReMedPar maintains significant investment in quality assurance and testing for a wide range of modalities using factory trained engineers. Founded in 1987, the company is headquartered in Goodlettsville, TN and has approximately 3,000 customers worldwide including multivendor service organizations, independent service providers, integrated delivery networks, group purchasing organizations, diagnostic imaging centers, and hospitals and health systems. For more information, visit

About ARAMARK Healthcare Technologies

ARAMARK Healthcare Technologies is the leading independent provider of medical equipment management in North America, delivering integrated biomedical and diagnostic imaging service, as well as workforce and asset management, collaborative field operations and high-touch customer service. With 40 years of experience and approximately 1,600 biomedical technicians, engineers, and staff, the company manages more than 1.7 million pieces of equipment at more than 550 healthcare organizations in more than 1,100 locations helping them reduce costs, maximize asset utilization and improve physician, nurse, clinician and patient satisfaction. Learn more at or on Twitter at ARAMARKHCTech.


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