Omega Medical Imaging Launches New Brand Identity

Sanford, Florida (January 6, 2021) — Omega Medical Imaging, the leading innovator in AI image-guided interventional systems for hospitals and healthcare facilities around the world, unveiled a new logo that emphasizes Omega’s dedication as a high-tech company that breaks from conventional thinking.

After careful review of the company’s former logo created in 2013, Omega leadership saw the need to update and refresh the brand to better align with Omega’s current positioning and future outlooks. Designed to work seamlessly across digital and other platforms, the new logo evokes the core values of Omega – passion, integrity, vision.

“As the only company in the world to provide an AI image-guided X-ray system that dramatically reduces radiation exposure to patients and staff, our focus is on challenging the status quo. Change can be hard, but it’s our passion,” said Brian Fleming, President and CEO of Omega Medical Imaging. “Omega has achieved great things and we strive every day to achieve more – as we continue to bring high-quality imaging AND increased radiation safety to healthcare.”

The logo represents change, but Omega’s dedication to healthcare safety and radiation reduction remains.


About Omega Medical Imaging LLC:
Omega Medical Imaging is an innovator in the design, manufacture, delivery, and support of AI image-guided interventional systems for hospitals and healthcare facilities around the world. Omega is the first, and presently only, company in the world to develop and deliver AI image-guided interventional systems that dramatically reduce radiation exposure to patients and staff beyond what is possible with conventional systems. Omega is disrupting the status quo in image-guided solutions and helping current and future healthcare partners meet and exceed the quadruple aim. Based in Sanford, Florida, Omega systems are Made in the USA. Website:


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