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New Pennsylvania Hospital Opens, MEMdata Equipment Planning Utilized
Date:12/9/2013

COLLEGE STATION, Texas, Dec. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Medical technology management firm MEMdata is proud to announce the completion of another successful hospital project.  Endless Mountains Health Systems (EMHS) cut the ribbon on a new, state-of-the-art critical access hospital, utilizing MEMdata's Equipment Planning services.  EMHS is located in Montrose, Pennsylvania, serving the greater Susquehanna County area.

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The new hospital covers 85,000 square feet, including a new physicians' clinic, laboratory, ER, ORs, and Imaging department equipped with CT and MRI.  It replaces a 21,000 square foot building that served EMHS for almost 40 years. 

"We would definitely utilize the equipment planning services of MEMdata again," said Peggy Sheffler, Materials Manager at EMHS.  "And we will continue to utilize MEMdata for equipment procurement and price benchmarking going forward."

Zach Mazoch served as MEMdata's Project Manager during construction.  "Each time we assist a community in equipping their new medical facility, there is a tremendous sense of fulfillment watching it all come together," said Mazoch.  "Getting the best technology at the best price is more important than ever for hospitals."

Rex Caitlin, EMHS CEO, commented as well.  "We decided to switch Equipment Planners to MEMdata mid-project, making their job even more difficult.  Zach and the MEMdata team were a tremendous help.  We are very pleased with MEMdata's efforts on this project. We couldn't have done this without them."

About MEMdata

MEMdata is a technology management firm serving existing medical facilities and those under construction. MEMdata offers budgeting, procurement support, specifications, medical space planning and interior design, as well as initial outfitting and transitioning services. MEMdata's focus is the reduction of capital equipment costs for medical facilities of all types, with turnkey or select services, and software empirically proven to identify 18% savings from traditional supply chain methods.

About Endless Mountains Health Systems

Located in Montrose, Pennsylvania, Endless Mountains Health Systems is a not-for-profit corporation committed to the operation and development of a health system which will provide optimum care within the scope of its abilities. The key elements in the EMHS process are quality, service, safety, cost, flexibility, and access. EMHS is a licensed 25-bed acute care hospital, providing emergency services and various other ancillary services typically associated with a medical facility. EMHS maintains physician offices, including various on-site specialties and have established a vast referral source for additional off-site specialties.

Contact: Scott Jennings, 1-979-695-1950 x114, scott.jennings@memdata.com


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