OrthoScan Relocates to Expanded Global Headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona
A privately held medical device company providing state-of-the-art imaging with a focus on orthopedics, OrthoScan’s mini C-arms are used for fluoroscopic imaging of the extremities in orthopedic surgery and digital diagnostic imaging.
According to company officials, “this new 40,000 sq. ft. facility will allow OrthoScan to continue to design and manufacture the most innovative and advanced mini C-arms and orthopedic imaging equipment available on the market today.”
“The new building features an improved reception area, better meeting facilities, and additional office space. These enhancements will improve customer service response time, manufacturing capability, and additional room for growth.”
“Additionally, our expanded and dedicated customer service department will feature the latest updates to help improve our customers' experience,” the company said.
“This is an exciting time for OrthoScan and signifies a milestone for the company, its employees, and customers who all benefit from the opportunities this move presents,” said OrthoScan CEO, Nelson Mendes. “OrthoScan’s new offices allow for a more efficient work environment for current and future staff and the opportunity for company expansion into additional products and services.”
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