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Your Partner in Imaging Fundus Photo is the Leader of the Pack

1_1_testrA stellar reputation. Building relationships with clients from the ground-up. Offering you – the eye care professional – affordable, much needed equipment so you can enjoy a return on your investment while offering quality care to your patients. These are only some of the many benefits that come with purchasing state-of-the-art equipment from Fundus Photo (or its parent company, St. Louis Ophthalmic Equipment Company).

The phrase: “Leader in the industry” is used greatly for social marketing/PR purposes. However, when it comes to this duo serving the ophthalmic/optometry industry, it is a well-earned title that has been in place for the last 22 years. These are solid, FDA- registered companies that are recognized as top-quality providers of new and refurbished ophthalmic equipment for all specialties.

The skilled members of this team work to make sure that the relationship they build with their client is always a successful and lasting partnership. It is no wonder that there are so many testimonials and so much praise for this company, considering the fact that they are able to perfectly balance cost with customer satisfaction. (The exact same goal the optometrist has for his or her own practice).

From private practices to hospitals, surgery centers to clinics and more, these companies are seen as true leaders in the areas of distribution, installation and service for nearly every item needed in your practice.

The list is long and varied: Ophthalmic instruments and equipment, digital imaging for fundus cameras and surgical microscopes for all specialties. And since they offer like-new refurbished equipment as well you can meet your equipment needs without blowing your budget.

Return on investment (ROI) is a term you hear frequently, usually in relation to business and finance. The goal is for the purchaser to maximize return on the money they invest. However, money is not the only thing to look at when it comes to making a good investment. The eye care professional must also consider the investment of his time and that of his staff.

When a patient needs optimal care, time cannot be taken away from them to deal with equipment issues. With Fundus Photo and St. Louis Ophthalmic, the client receives far more than just standard customer service. With zero-cost technical support, all clients have the answers they need in a timely manner. This is yet another way that proves ‘Your Partner in Imaging’ is always reliable. All questions or problems are addressed by an extremely efficient, professional and well-trained group of experts in a timely fashion so that your time is spent with your patients instead of getting the runaround from hard-to-understand, largely incompetent customer service people who have, sadly, become all too common in today’s world.

If your budget, like most in 2013, calls for a more affordable option than purchasing new equipment, working with these companies is a true stress reliever. Smaller practices that may see only a few patients each week simply cannot always afford to purchase a new piece of technology, but being able to provide the best care to patients is still a must. St. Louis Ophthalmic’s line of refurbished options, all of which have been expertly restored to OEM specifications, are the perfect solution to maintaining a well-equipped practice on a budget.

Created by Dale Brodsky (a 22-year veteran of the industry), both companies offer the equipment solutions that all optometrists need in order to best serve their patients. By staying on top of the technological trends, ‘Your Partner in Imaging’ will always give you the same standard of quality care that you strive to give to your patients. And with Brodsky’s team you know your investment will always be backed by 5-Star service.

www.FundusPhoto.com

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