ProvidianVet Service & Repair
Service & Repair
We service and repair veterinary medical equipment — ultrasounds, CT scanners, and MRIs
Our services
  • Reduce downtime and get your diagnostic imaging equipment scanning ASAP
  • 24 hour response time for local on-site service.
  • Rental options for long term repair needs

Veterinary Ultrasound Service and Repair

Designed for serious durability, ultrasounds used in veterinary clinics and for on-site applications can take a beating. Nevertheless, an ultrasound is an investment and should be treated as so, and predictive maintenance can keep your ultrasound machine working like new. Providing regular veterinary ultrasound maintenance and service can ensure that you make the most out of your investment, extending the life of your ultrasound while maintaining optimal diagnostic imaging performance. This includes service and repair for ultrasound machine components, parts, and probes.

 

With our expert service professionals, Providian Medical uses innovative methods to repair and/or service your veterinary ultrasound equipment with a fast turnaround. If we receive your request before 3pm, we can reduce this downtime to 24 hours and get you scanning again the next day. You can also take advantage of our comprehensive loaner ultrasound and ultrasound rental program to keep your scanning services open.

Call Providian Medical at (877) 959-3725 today to discuss your service needs with a tech.

Costs for Servicing and Repairing Veterinary Imaging Equipment

Similar to our mission of providing affordable veterinary ultrasound machines for standard veterinary clinics, we aim to service and repair your ultrasound and its parts at an attractive price that works for your business.

By calling Providian Medical for your ultrasounds maintenance and repairs, you can expect:

  • Experience with all ultrasound makes and models of imaging systems including:
    • Acuson, Apogee, Biosound, Diasonics, GE, ATL, Hitachi, Hewlett-Packard, Medison, Mindray, Philips, Siemens, SIUI, Sonoscape, Sonosite, Toshiba, Zonare, and many more.
  • 24-hour response time for on-site service.
  • Low hourly rates.
  • Probe Testing – On site.
  • In house repair of ultrasound systems and parts with fast turnaround.

Veterinary CT and MRI Service and Repair

No matter the sophistication of your veterinary CT or MRI scanner, and no matter if you bought the equipment from Providian Medical, our in-house repair and maintenance department as well as our network of specialists offer thorough and cost-effective support. By calling our experts, your CT scanner or MRI will be working better than ever, extending the life of your diagnostic imaging equipment while ensuring that your patients continue receiving optimal and accurate care.

Service Contracts for Ultrasounds, CTs, and MRIs

The cost of repairing and servicing veterinary ultrasound equipment is substantially more affordable than buying a new system, and our top-rated rental and loaner program serves as a cost-effective solution with wide-ranging benefits. By calling Providian Medical for continual service through one of our industry-leading contracts, your veterinary clinic can receive:

  • Two (2) scheduled preventative maintenance visits annually for duration of contract.
  • 24 hour response time for local on-site service.
  • All travel hours and expenses, labor hours and all parts and materials included.
  • Single and multi-year options are available.
  • Contracts available on most makes and models.
  • Different levels of service/support options available.

When your veterinary clinic’s diagnostic ultrasound machine, CT scanner, or MRI scanner needs regular maintenance or emergency repairs, Providian Medical has your back. Get your veterinary equipment fixed and keep the diagnostic imaging revenue flowing in by calling Providian Medical at (877) 959-3725 today.

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