Florida Hospital installs Omega e-View FP

FH_OrlandoJust in time for Digestive Disease Week 2013 in Orlando, Florida, Omega is proud to announce the completion of the installation of an e-View FP with Heavy Lift, 800lbs capacity table at Florida Hospital’s Center for Interventional Endoscopy.  The system is centrally located in Florida Hospital’s Orlando campus, and is just miles away from Omega Medical Imaging’s headquarters in Sanford, Florida.  The sale and installation was facilitated by Alpha Imaging.

Omega Medical Imaging is a Gold sponsor for the Florida Hospital 18th Annual Advanced Endoscopy Course, happening immediately after the DDW 2013 exhibition.  This course will highlight live-cases performed on the Omega e-View FP, with a special breakfast session:  ERCP and Imaging – Optimizing Diagnosis; which will be presented by Dr. Nageshwar Reddy and Dr. Shyam Varadarajulu.

Omega Medical Imaging will be exhibiting in booth #1749 at the DDW meeting at the Orange County Convention Center from May 19th to May 21st in Orlando, FL.  On display will be our e-View FP, the only fluoroscopic imaging system dedicated to the needs of the interventional endoscopist and ERCP.[hr]

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