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Olicon moves to larger headquarters

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Olicon moves to larger headquartersOlicon Imaging Systems has moved to a new facility in Southern California. At the same time, the PACS software developer has opened a new Teleradiology Archiving Program (TAP) archiving center in Ontario,

Olicon moves to larger headquarters

Olicon Imaging Systems has moved to a new facility in Southern California. At the same time, the PACS software developer has opened a new Teleradiology Archiving Program (TAP) archiving center in Ontario, CA.

Olicon's new headquarters is located in Aliso Viejo and will house the company's executive offices, corporate administration, finance department, engineering operations, Western region service center, and sales department. Olicon said it made the move after outgrowing its former facility in San Clemente. The company's new address is 120 Columbia Ave., Suite 600, Aliso Viejo, CA, 92656. The new phone number is 714/360-1830.

The new TAP facility was also required due to strong growth, according to the company. TAP allows healthcare facilities to store filed x-ray films off site, while accessing the films via teleradiology. Olicon will continue to operate its archiving and equipment service center in Louisville, KY.

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