End of Life & End of Service Explained

Learning that a system in your facility is reaching its "End of Life" or "End of Service" from the manufacturer can seem scary but don't fret! You don't need to buy a new system. We're here to answer all of your questions and are ready to service your equipment and keep it running like new for years to come. 

So, what do these terms mean? Let's start with a comparison:


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Our team works with EOL and EOS systems every day and we're ready with an experienced service team and thousands of parts in stock, ready to be shipped to your site!


More Helpful Info 

Our Learning Center is full of resources, articles, and videos all created to help you learn more about the world of imaging equipment, parts, and service.

End of Life Medical Imaging equipment... what does it really mean?

Is your medical imaging equipment 'end of life' (EOL)? Learn why you shouldn't worry just yet...

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GE has issued an end of service letter for Discovery ST and STE PET/CT. So, what can Discovery users do next to meet their equipment and service needs?

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Hologic Multicare Declared End of Life: What's next?

How to navigate the end of life phase for your Hologic Multicare stereotactic table, why OEMs use EOL designation, and why EOL isn't usually urgent.

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Siemens symphony declared eol, what's next for users?

What Siemens Symphony users can do in response to their MRI systems being declared end of life by the manufacturer.
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