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Ethos Veterinary Health Set To Become First US Corporate To Install Hallmarq MRI

2 years ago

23rd January, 2018 15h33

Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging

Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging is delighted to announce that Ethos Veterinary Health has become the second US corporate veterinary group to opt for the Hallmarq PetVet MRI. The agreement was concluded in December and the first installation for Ethos is scheduled for April at their Chicago location. Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging has also recently opened a new sales and service office in the city, building on the current support provided from its offices in the US in Massachusetts, as well as Australia and the UK.

Amanda Full, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology) is Medical Director at Ethos, which operates across 14 locations through the US. She and her team have been evaluating the best imaging solutions for the group, “We chose Hallmarq’s PetVet MRI after a thorough evaluation. It’s designed around veterinary patients and the image quality, affordable running costs and quality of support were all factors that influenced our decision. The Hallmarq team has been great to work with and really responsive in answering all our questions. We’re excited about our new installation and look forward to having everything operational this spring.”

Dr. Jos Belgrave, CEO at Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging says the company has had a long standing relationship with Ethos Veterinary Health, dating back to 2014, “We’re very pleased to now be in a position to fully support the installation and operation of MRI diagnostic imaging at Ethos. Its board certified specialists are hugely experienced with MRI, having used the technology for over 15 years and we consider it an accolade that after a thorough evaluation and inspection of the magnets used, they have chosen Hallmarq PetVet.”

Hallmarq has now completed over 90 MRI installations in veterinary clinics across 23 countries. 

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