Hospital Medical Equipment Sales

Med One Group is your trusted partner for reliable refurbished medical equipment sales. We are fully equipped to provide the medical equipment you need for your hospital, clinic, EMS transport company, clinical research site, or nursing simulation lab. Whether you need to supply a single department or an entire organization’s facilities, we’ll be able to provide you what you need.

As an authorized distributor for the Alaris System, we provide a complete pump solution for your Alaris pump needs. We also carry refurbished medical equipment from leading manufacturers such as CareFusion(BD)/Alaris, Smiths Medical, Baxter, Sigma, Philips, Blue Medical, Covidien, Hamilton, GE, Kendall, Maquet, Puritan Bennett, Drager, Viasys, Hill Rom, Precision Medical, Stryker, and many others.

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Med One also offers offers high-quality IV and PCA tubing for use with the Alaris System, MedSystem III, and other infusion pumps.

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If you require assistance throughout the medical equipment sales process, don’t hesitate to call and a member of our experienced representative team will be happy to provide support. We pride ourselves on providing creativity, simplicity, and responsiveness to all our customers.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between used and refurbished medical equipment?

Is there a difference? Yes! There absolutely is. Used equipment generally means “as-is” condition or “was working when removed from the facility.” This means that there is a possibility of the device not being ready for patient use or not being in “patient ready condition.”

When purchasing from Med One, we classify the equipment we sell as refurbished and patient ready. We provide proof of functionality and a preventative maintenance (PM) certificate with all equipment. This PM certificate shows that the medical device has been thoroughly cleaned, tested according to the manufacturer’s standards, states if any parts have been recently replaced or fixed, and that the device is patient ready.

Is new equipment always better?

In certain cases, this may be true but most medical equipment is designed to be durable and has a life cycle of 7-10 years, if not longer. Manufacturers usually don’t make major design changes to their products frequently due to high costs and the intensive process of getting them tested and approved by the FDA.

Medical equipment does not have the same sensitive life cycle that we have come to know with consumer electronics like cell phones or computers; they are designed to last with the occasional software update to improve performance. Since the equipment is designed to last, purchasing refurbished units helps alleviate the cost and the depreciation that happens when purchasing brand new equipment.

Is there support for refurbished equipment once it has been purchased?

When purchasing medical equipment that has been refurbished, it is important to still receive support from the vendor it was purchased from. Parts may need to be replaced due to normal wear or updates added to the software. Many places where used medical equipment can be purchased do not offer any biomed or customer service after the purchase is completed.

Equipment that is purchased from Med One comes with a one-year warranty with an option to add an extended warranty. We also repair equipment after the warranty ends, all by our in-house biomed department.

How many owners has the device had and what maintenance has it received?

There is always a risk when purchasing used equipment, there is no guarantee of knowing where the equipment was or what maintenance, if any, was performed during its time in service.

The equipment that Med One sells is essentially “one owner quality” equipment. We do not purchase from mystery auctions as many dealers do. The majority of the equipment we sell was purchased directly by a hospital where Med One provided the financing for them. At the end of the leasing period, the equipment is shipped back to us, where it is then refurbished, tested, and sold.