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You’re not just A Customer, You’re THE Customer with ‘Your Partner in Imaging’

5_39_5_39_370_433_IMG_0302_e1_e1_e1Optometry/ophthalmology is a niche industry based on extremely specialized care. These are doctors who wish to give their patients the best when it comes to overall health, and to do this, they must have on hand the latest technology available. To stay ahead in this ever-growing industry, they must be able to save valuable time and money by finding a company that not only provides economical medical devices, but has a stellar reputation that they know they can trust.

This is one industry that persisted through the economic recession. The main reasons for this are rising demand from an aging population, eye diseases associated with diabetes and computer use.

Even though the issues of low disposable income and high unemployment made it difficult for some people to get the eye care they needed, this is beginning to change with improvement in the economy. The latest figures state that revenues will begin to increase annually for the next five years, as consumers finally seek the care they need.

To offer their patients quality care, eye care specialists need the latest medical devices and they can find it at two notable companies – St. Louis Ophthalmic Equipment Company and Fundus Photo, LLC. This team is exactly what the eye care professional needs to upgrade or expand their equipment.

The eye care industry is quite small covering only about 18,000 ophthalmologists and 50,000 optometrists. The supplier pool is also fairly shallow. Approximately 100 companies produce, distribute and install the equipment the medical professional needs.

St. Louis Ophthalmic Equipment Company is known as a leading quality provider of brand new and refurbished ophthalmic equipment and surgical microscopes for all specialties.

And when it comes to the state-of-the-art, latest technology – fundus autofluorescence – Fundus Photo, LLC is the leader of the pack. This company provides with everything eye doctors need to be well-equipped to serve the expanding needs of their clients.

Whether providing equipment for private practices, hospitals, surgery centers, clinics, or government installations, this team has best represented the optometry/ophthalmology supplier industry (beginning with St. Louis Ophthalmic) for the last 22 years.

FDA registered for ophthalmic examination and diagnostic equipment, this reliable team has put in place superior distribution, installation and service capabilities for nearly every item the eye care professional needs.

For the eye doctor, the expense is great when it comes to the specialized equipment they need but with ‘Your Partner in Imaging,’ the professional is offered the choice of purchasing expertly refurbished medical devices that have been restored to like-new condition or brand new equipment, whichever best suits the needs of the practice.

Fundus Photo and St. Louis Ophthalmic offer their clients state-of-the-art new and professionally refurbished eye care equipment and back it with zero-cost, highly trained technical support to meet the needs of busy professionals who don’t have the time or money to waste on inferior products or inferior support.

And, although it is extremely uncommon in today’s business world, if you want to you can speak directly to Dale Brodsky, the founder of the company. He will be happy to get on the phone with you and help you with any equipment problem that you have. Brodsky is that kind of man and Fundus Photo and St. Louis Ophthalmic are those kinds of companies. The kind that don’t exist much anymore.

www.FundusPhoto.com

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