Indianapolis-based TRIMEDX has acquired Centurion Service Group, a medical equipment management company headquartered in Chicago. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed, however TRIMEDX says the addition of Centurion will expand its clinical asset management offering.
TRIMEDX provides clinical engineering, medical device cybersecurity, and clinical asset management services to healthcare providers. The company says the acquisition of Centurion will enhance those services.
“COVID-19 has accelerated changes for our healthcare providers. They are adopting new models of care and increasingly need innovative partners that can adapt to support the needs of their business today and support future plans across all of their sites of care,” Henry Hummel, chief executive officer of TRIMEDX, said in a news release. With the addition of Centurion, TRIMEDX clients can maximize the value they receive for excess medical equipment through worldwide auctions—freeing up space for immediate-need equipment—while Centurion clients will benefit from access to increased inventories of high-quality equipment and the trusted stamp of quality associated with TRIMEDX maintained medical equipment.”
As a result of the acquisition, Centurion will continue to operate as a subsidiary of TRIMEDX. The company did not specify whether any jobs would be affected by the deal.