Showcasing Freedom Medical Rentals on January 26, 2017
Fresno, Calif.– MultiMedical Systems (MMS), a subsidiary of The Innovation Institute, will host a ribbon cutting ceremony on January 26, 2017 at their corporate office located at 5591 N. Golden State Blvd., Fresno, CA 93722. MMS, a clinical engineering service company that serves hospitals, surgery centers, imaging centers, clinic systems, physician’s offices, dental offices, and physical therapy offices nationally, is celebrating its expansion to support their new Freedom Medical rental offering.
Honored guests who will participate in the ribbon cutting will include Steve Brandau, Fresno City Councilmember; Daren Kneeland, President of MMS; Jeff Lagrutta, COO of MMS; and Michael McRoberts, VP of Business Development.
“MMS is proudly announcing a new chapter of growth in the City of Fresno. We can now support the Western United States with the expansion of our new Repair Depot,” said Kneeland.
“Through our expansion, we are excited to be able to house more equipment to support medical equipment rentals to our existing and future clients,” added Lagrutta
McRoberts further discusses the development of MMS stating, “Our expansion and continued growth is proof of our hard work and dedication that MMS is…here for life.”
About MultiMedical Systems
MultiMedical Systems was established in 1996. Its mission has been an unwavering foundation to provide the highest quality service at competitive pricing. Providing unparalleled comprehensive clinical engineering services to hospitals, surgery centers, imaging centers, clinic systems, physicians offices, dental offices, and physical therapy offices throughout California is what MMS strives for every day. Staying at the forefront of this industry is demanding and MMS is committed to always making sure that each facility and its equipment stays compliant with all regulatory agencies. For more information, visit www.multimedicalsystems.com.
About The Innovation Institute
The Innovation Institute is an independent corporation structured to cultivate innovative solutions to transform the healthcare industry. The Innovation Institute is comprised of three distinct elements: an innovation lab, an investment fund, and a shared services group.