We have developed maintenance programs to maximize savings for our clients. MIT’s selection of maintenance agreements allows you to select the coverage best suited for your budgetary needs.
We understand that when it comes to nuclear medicine systems maintenance agreements, the only option shouldn’t be “one size fits all.” Whether you’re looking for time and material service or one of our customized maintenance agreements, we have options to fit your needs, not ours. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, please give us a call so we can discuss a custom approach.
We also offer time and material service on a billable, hourly basis. Our preventative and corrective T&M services can significantly lower per hour charges when compared to the OEM’s.
In addition to offering great savings on service and maintenance agreements, we can also help you with other needs. Contact us if you’re planning any of the following:
We have no minimum labor/travel/zone charge, meaning you pay only for the service you need. Our hourly rates are less than half that of the OEM’s, and when parts are required, they’re available at pricing that’s typically 30% – 50% below the OEM pricing. Our standard hourly rates run from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday -Friday, excluding observed holidays.
We believe you should decide when a system is end of life, not a company trying to sell equipment. We continually purchase systems, source parts and fabricate parts so that we always have the parts needed to guarantee your system continues to produce excellent images, allowing you to care for and serve your patients.
We also offer a Windows 10 computer upgrade available to many existing nuclear medicine systems, alleviating XP platforms.
The service we have received from Medical Imaging Technologies, Inc. is like no other. We were with a larger Company for many years. We decided to change a couple of years ago because of the competitive prices. We are extremely impressed with the response time, excellent care, and professional knowledge we have received from MIT.