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GE HealthCare enters 15-year equipment contract with Windsor Regional Hospital in Ontario

por John R. Fischer, Senior Reporter | January 31, 2023
Business Affairs Parts And Service
Windsor Regional Hospital has chosen GE HealthCare to supply and service its diagnostic imaging and other equipment for the next 15 years.
For the next 15 years, GE HealthCare will supply diagnostic imaging, surgical, cardiology and emergency department equipment and services to Windsor Regional Hospital (WRH) in Ontario, Canada, through a managed equipment service agreement between the organizations.

GE HealthCare will oversee ongoing acquisitions, installations, maintenance and staff training for the majority of medical solutions used by WRH, along with regular performance reviews and product management. The agreement will begin at the hospital's current location, and will continue when it opens the new Windsor/Essex acute care hospital, which it expects to be operational by 2030.

“We are excited to be collaborating with GE HealthCare to support outstanding care for our patients in a way that is financially sustainable, both now and as we plan for the new hospital,” said Malissa Gauthier, Windsor Regional Hospital chief financial officer and vice president of corporate and laboratory services, in a statement.
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The agreement is modeled after GE HealthCare’s MES collaboration with Humber River Hospital, now in its eighth year.

“As healthcare continues to evolve, our collaboration will help support clinicians and staff to deliver precision healthcare with improved workflows and reduced stress, allowing them to spend more time focused on their patients,” said Mike Hamilton, president and CEO at GE HealthCare Canada.

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