Our Surgical Instrument and Scope Repair Services
Surgical Solutions assumes the logistical process and cost of laparoscopic and endoscopic surgical instrument repairs and scope repairs. Our scope repair technicians are responsible for inspecting and testing each piece of instrumentation before it is used. They are highly trained to identify malfunctioning scopes and damaged instrumentation and will initiate the repair process and loaner acquisition. By managing the entire surgical instrument repair process, we can help your facility’s efficiency and throughput.
Our team will
- tag instrumentation needing repair
- package it for shipment to the repair partner
- obtain loaners, when required
- track the repair process
- ensure items are returned to the appropriate facilities
- inspect the instrument to ensure the repair was properly completed
Why Choose Surgical Solutions as Your Partner?
Always Have What Your Need: Our repair vendor relationships require the highest level of service at the lowest possible cost. By managing the entire scope and surgical instrument repair process from start to finish, we can increase throughput and surgeon satisfaction while reducing your facility’s expenses on instrument repairs.
With the experience of supporting over 100,000 cases, our minimally invasive surgical support services can ensure:
- On-site minimally invasive surgical technicians
- 100% readiness for OR case start times
- Improved instrument and scope quality
- 100% on-time room turnover
- Access to capital equipment
- Higher physician satisfaction
- Cost saving realized
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Vendors (like Surgical Solutions) can fill a void in several ways. They can add competence or expertise in a new domain, they can bring in people we might not attract on our own, and they might have scalability or market access that reduces costs.
Britt Tabor, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Erlange
Surgical Solutions didn’t just bring equipment-related best practices—it brought leadership and improved the culture of the OR. And the intent of all of that is to better care for the patient.
Elizabeth Casey, Vice President of Surgical Services