IMS was originally founded as a surgical instrument repair provider. Fast-forward 20-plus years and IMS now touches virtually every facet of the use, maintenance, and handling of surgical and endoscopic devices. IMS has expanded its capabilities to include:
*Managing sterile processing in hospitals throughout the country, while teaching our customers how to extend the life of devices through proper care and handling
*Providing on-site instrument management in the operating room
*Helping facilities establish a place for everything, so that every instrument is as easily accessible as possible – no small task for an inventory that is comprised of thousands of instruments, devices, and implants
Through all of this growth, IMS has not lost sight of technical excellence in repair that built the company.
Guided by the Prime Directive, “Act As If Your Loved One is On the Table,” IMS insists upon components and processes that meet the manufacturer's original performance standards.
Wedge Manufacturing, Inc., a subsidiary of IMS, is where customers turn for well-engineered machined products when tight tolerances are required. Wedge is an ISO-compliant facility that employs Computer Numerical Control machinists to produce quality parts for customers in the medical and aerospace industries. In addition to productions services, Wedge offers inspections, reverse engineering, and prototype development. – less
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