Kaiser Permanente in San Francisco Shapes the Future of Advanced Endoscopy with Omega E-View Fluoro System

Kaiser Permanente joins a growing list of healthcare providers at the forefront of a technology revolution. Leading West Coast interventional endoscopy programs like the one at Kaiser San Francisco are building gastrointestinal labs with systems and technology dedicated to the advancement of therapeutic endoscopy.

The Kaiser Foundation Hospital in San Francisco recently opened a dedicated endoscopy lab featuring the E-View fluoro system from Omega Medical Imaging. The E-View provides superior performance to mobile C-arms in every respect – image quality, GI-specific features, and life-saving radiation safety.

“The Omega system has phenomenal image quality,” says Dr. Chris Hamerski. “And it’s much easier to operate than other systems.”

Founded in 1945, Kaiser Permanente is recognized as one of America’s leading health care providers and as one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health plans, serving 12.5 million members across eight states. Kaiser Permanente has been providing health care in San Francisco and its surrounding area since 1954.

Kaiser Permanente has a long history of leading the way with innovative approaches to health care. They embrace innovation and technology and are committed to shaping the future of health care.


The E-View is the only lab designed with features specifically developed for ERCP and image-guided endoscopic GI procedures.

  • Motorized table for better patient positioning in ERCP and other procedures
  • Large field-of-view flat-panel detector offers superior image quality
  • Exclusive scatter radiation protection for staff
  • Pivots out of the way for full patient access and for non-X-ray procedures
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