Let Integrity Medical Quote you a 100% Deduction on 2018 Medical Equipment Purchases


Rhonda Johnson
Tuesday, November 6, 2018 - 06:26

This one is a no-brainer — reduce your tax bill and add revenue to your practice. Purchase radiology equipment and deduct the purchase price under Section 179 of the IRS Tax Code. The deduction is good for both new and used equipment — the MRI, CT, Bone Densitometer, or Mammo machine you purchase before December 31, 2018 just needs to be “new to you”.  There is one catch — the equipment must be financed or purchased during the 2018 tax year.  


The IRS loves to fiddle around with the 179 tax break standards from year to year, so act on this now. Right now in 2018, Bonus Depreciation is being offered at 100% for all equipment, new and used — that wasn’t offered until the most recent tax law passed.  We’re seeing a large number of our smartest customers jumping on this easy tax break while it’s available — we don’t know what changes to to the tax laws are in store for 2019, so don't wait until next year. 


Integrity Medical has equipment available NOW, so call us at 1-800-722-3646 or email and request your 2018 TAX BREAK QUOTE.


You can read about this great tax break in more detail here:

Storm Season will Cause Electrical Issues with Your Medical Equipment

Understand the Different Types of Power Problems That Can Damage Your Diagnostic Imaging Equipment

Rhonda Johnson
Saturday, June 16, 2018 - 05:59

Part 1 in our Series on How to Protect Medical Equipment from Faulty and Unreliable Electrical Power 

Diagnostic Imaging Equipment is highly sensitive to electrical power problems.  Massive electrical events such as lightening strikes and total power failures can cause immediate and catastrophic damage to boards, connectors, tubes and other expensive replacement parts on a machine. Most often, though, the same damage will be caused by small flickers, surges, swells, or brownouts, as the electrical components of a machine are overtaxed, worn out, and frayed to the point that a chain of parts failures occurs.

Understanding the different kinds of power problems your medical equipment can be subjected to will help you to identify and prevent potential problems — before you’re hard down and faced with big repair bills, cancelled patient appointments, or glitches in the middle of a procedure. 

Common power quality disturbances include surges, spikes, swells, sags or brownouts, noise and outages. All of these power disturbances can cripple the equipment and place the care of the patients at risk.


If you need service on your Florida medical equipment, Chelsea oversees your project.

From Florida Medical Imaging Equipment Sales To A Very Special Mission to Africa

Rhonda Johnson
Thursday, July 20, 2017 - 01:18

Integrity Medical’s team does more than just help you find the best medical imaging equipment to fit your budget.  Our Florida Sales Representative, Chelsea Poppens, recently lent her talents and hard work to a very special project in Ivory Coast, Africa. Many of you in Southwest Florida, especially Lee and Collier counties, have met Chelsea as your area sales rep for diagnostic imaging equipment and service on your X-ray machines, bone densitometers, ultrasounds, and C-Arms. You know her for her persistence, enthusiasm, and genuine care for the good health of your medical equipment. 

Preventative Maintenance on Diagnostic Imaging Equipment Saves Money in the Long Run

Why You Need To Schedule Preventative Maintenance Now!

Rhonda Johnson
Wednesday, July 12, 2017 - 06:24

Preventative maintenance is one of the most important things you can do to ensure that your equipment is running at peak efficiency at all times. After spending the time and money to have equipment installed in your facility, the best way to protect your investment is to perform maintenance and routine inspection before a problem arises. Below are some of the best reasons to keep equipment repair in mind early.      


The Control-X Z-Motion--very sophisticated, affordable digital X-ray.

Digital X-Ray Upgrades & Retro-Fits: Increasing Through-Put
Friday, May 12, 2017 - 02:11

The decison for most healthcare facilities to "go digital" happened years ago.  That said, there are many places that we speak to on a weekly basis that are still struggling to manage daily patient throughput with 1st Generation digital X-ray.  




A HAPPY Stellant CT Injector

Is Your Contrast-Media Injector Happy? Yearly Calibrations for CT, MRI and Cath/Angio
Wednesday, March 15, 2017 - 22:22

We like to keep Contrast Injectors happy since they play such a critical role in imaging. Yearly Preventive Maintenance (PMs) and calibrations on Contrast-Media Injectors are important, and should not be neglected if you wish your injectors (and your practice managers) to be happy. Whether you own a CT Injector, an MRI injector, or an Angio Injector, your facility should be doing annual PM's to insure the safety of the device.

The Widebore Siemens Espree MRI

Siemens Espree 1.5T MRI is STILL #1 in Refurbished MRI's
Saturday, March 4, 2017 - 05:15

For perhaps the last 4-5 years, the number one requested MRI on the used and refurbished equipment market is the Siemens Widebore, High-Field MRI-- the Somatom Espree.


Chelsea showing her excitement over a new Mini C-Arm

IntegrityMed TV? Yes we have videos!
Tuesday, February 14, 2017 - 22:28

We have a very enthusiastic and telegenic young staff who love to show off each imaging system that comes through our doors.    We call the videos they make IntegrityMed TV !  Click here to check out the videos.



Our 2nd Comed/GEMSS Spinel-3G For Same Client Installed

Integrity Client Buys 2nd GEMSS Spinel-3G C-Arm-- Installed January 2017
Tuesday, February 7, 2017 - 22:31

The new GEMSS (previously Comed) C-Arm, the Spinel-3G is a fantastic C-Arm, with great image quality at at half the price of a new GE 9900.

Our clients in Pennsylvania are big fans of the equipment, having recently purchased a second unit from Integrity for their new location.


C-Arm Accuracy and Safety: Proper Calibration is Key
Tuesday, January 17, 2017 - 11:00

Ready to buy a refurbished C-Arm? How do you know the system you are purchasing is accurate and calibrated?

C-Arm dose reduction is a big topic today, and a key component of this is proper calibration of your refurbished C-Arm to insure correct output and accuracy.  We need radiation to make good images, but we need to make certain that we use "just enough." Protecting patients, technicians, and physicians is key to this, as we insure they these people aren’t receiving a larger than necessary dose.