GE Advantx Legacy Digital R/F Room Buyer Recommends Block Imaging

Posted by Krista Kotrla

Mar 4, 2011 5:58:00 PM

What led you to choose Block Imaging for your Digital R/F Room purchase?

"The school system was beginning a simulated radiography program for high school students and this was their first purchase of radiographic equipment. I am familiar with radiographic equipment, but the rest of the school system is not. Everyone at Block worked to make our school stafff comfortable with their decision to purchase the GE Advantx Legacy Digital R/F Room.

GE Advantx Legacy Digital RF Room InstalledIn search of equipment, I began an online review of vendors. Your website was user-friendly for my initial inquiry, and the return response was prompt and informative. David conducted an assessment of our needs and very soon thereafter provided the description of a system that was both appropriate and within our budget. There was no hard sell and you honored every commitment. 

Additionally, David was willing to share information with our contractor even before he had the contract of sale. We were quite pleased by Block Imaging's early commitment to our success. The entire process was friendly, professional and detail oriented.

Once again, thanks so much for making this a pleasant, positive experience"

Why do you recommend Block Imaging?

"As the end user of this equipment (GE Advantx Legacy Digital R/F Room), I have to tell you what I have been telling everyone at our central office----

Great company. 

You have delivered exactly as you promised and a bit ahead of schedule. It was a pleasure to work with your install guys. They were both pleasant and professional; they made suggestions for the install and accommodated the needs of the contractor. 

I would encourage others to utilize your services for any future imaging needs."

Terri S., RT(R), MBA
Radiology Instructor

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Topics: In the Words of Our Customers, Imaging Equipment Solutions, X-ray

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