Quadrent services customers in both the public and private health sectors.
These include District Health Boards (DHB's), Primary Health Organisations (PHO's), retirement care and rest home operators and private health professionals and organisations.
With the rapid advances in technology in today's world, medical equipment quickly becomes obsolete or outdated. It is also traditionally capital intensive, with items such as CT scanners requiring large, periodic peaks in funding that are hard to budget for in a single financial year.
By renting equipment through Quadrent, health care providers can access the latest advances in medical technology and upgrade capacity for existing equipment, with the cost spread over the useful life of the asset. The needs of patients and the business or Government agency fulfilling the health service are both met in a cost-effective and flexible manner.
Equipment rental is particularly attractive for medical professionals operating under a partnership or associate structure. It delivers a pay-for-use model where the cost of equipment is borne only by current members of the partnership; not those about to enter or leave it.
Quadrent works closely with healthcare providers and their suppliers to ensure rental terms are structured to optimise equipment value over its useful life. Equipment funded includes (but is not limited to):
- Information technology
- Imaging equipment
- Surgical equipment
- Nurse call systems
- Optical equipment
- Dental equipment
- Beds and fit-out