Midmark announces “Save” 2019 Exam Room promotion

September 9, 2019

Midmark Corp., a leading medical solutions provider for ambulatory care, today announced its 2019 Exam Room Promotion. The “Save” promotion is designed to offer caregivers an accessible, connected exam space that can help create a better care experience and lead to positive patient outcomes.

“We believe better care starts with a better designed care environment, which includes the equipment and technology used within that environment,” said Kurt Forsthoefel, director of medical marketing, Midmark. “Caregivers need advanced technologies to know each patient as a unique individual and determine exactly which clinical plan will work. Enhanced technology supports improved outcomes. 

During the “Save” promotion, Midmark will offer rebates on the following products:

—  Barrier-Free examination chairs, including the Midmark 626, Ritter 224, Ritter 225 and Ritter 244.

—  Digital diagnostic devices, including Midmark IQvitals, Midmark IQspiro, Midmark IQecg and Midmark IQholter.

— Midmark HEINE diagnostic instruments, including otoscope and ophthalmoscope wall and desk units.

Bonus rebates are also available with the following:

—  Purchase of Midmark IQvitals and a Barrier-Free exam chair.

—  Purchase of a Midmark HEINE diagnostic instrument set and the donation of any otoscope and ophthalmoscope set.

Important dates:

—  Promotion order period: Sept. 4, 2019 to Dec. 20, 2019

—   Last date to take shipment of products: Jan. 31, 2020

—   Invoice must be dated: Sept. 4, 2019 to Jan. 31, 2020

—   Last date to claim incentives: Feb. 28, 2020

For more information on the promotion and to redeem incentives, visit midmark.com/save.

 Learn more at midmark.com/medical/resource-library.

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