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West Physics Consulting Teams with Mirion Technologies Dosimetry Services Division to Deliver Radiation Detection Services
Date:4/20/2012

ATLANTA, April 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- West Physics Consulting, the leading national provider of medical and health physics consulting and testing services, announced today that it has entered into a strategic relationship with the Dosimetry Services Division of Mirion Technologies to provide dosimetry services.

The partnership allows for West Physics to deliver a variety of services and products to medical and industrial users of x-ray machines and radioactive materials in a more cohesive and convenient fashion.  "This partnership leverages the best medical and health physics services with outstanding dosimetry products to create numerous opportunities for end users to simplify and economize their radiation protection needs," says Dr. W. Geoffrey West, President and Chief Medical Physicist of West Physics Consulting.  "By joining forces, we can better integrate the radiation safety program at a given facility, make administration easier for the customer and also offer unique cost saving opportunities when customers wish to combine top-tier services and products in a combined solution."

"West Physics Consulting has a level of commitment to its customer base we value here at Mirion," stated Sander Perle, President of Mirion Technologies Dosimetry Services Division.  "We are pleased West Physics has chosen to offer our best in class dosimetry products along with their medical physics services to medical and industrial facilities who want the very best in their radiation protection programs while ensuring optimal value." 

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West Physics Consulting is a national provider of medical and health physics consulting and testing services. It is committed to technical and service quality and has grown from serving a single local client in 2002 to now serving more than 1,000 clients in 49 U.S. states, federal territories, the Caribbean and Latin America. West Physics' staff specializ
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