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Siemens snags Penn service contract

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For the next seven years, Siemens will service and ensure round-the-clock availability of diagnostic systems and biomedical devices at hospitals in the University of Pennsylvania Health System.

Siemens snags Penn service contract
For the next seven years, Siemens will service and ensure round-the-clock availability of diagnostic systems and biomedical devices at hospitals in the University of Pennsylvania Health System. The work will be done as part of a $135 million contract signed with Siemens by the UP health System, one of the largest such systems in the U.S. Diagnostic systems covered by the contract include MR, CT and ultrasound systems, as well as such non-imaging products as laboratory systems, surveillance monitors, and anesthesia units.

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