We set the standards in test and calibration and
are a part of the NHS. We will repair medical equipment, providing
it is economically viable, and can test all medical equipment for
electrical safety. We produce detailed reports for each piece of
medical equipment and are nGMS contract compliant. Our convenient,
efficient medical equipment testing and calibration service is
value for money. We offer an on-site service at customers
convenience, all work is carried out to original manufacturers'
specifications and test equipment is calibrated and traceable to
national standards (UKAS).
Central Response Centre 0117 342
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What to Expect' document from the CQC to help you
Why choose MEMO Clinical Engineering?
- Setting the standards in test and calibration.
- We are part of the NHS.
- We will repair medical equipment, providing it is economically
- All medical equipment tested for electrical safety.
- Detailed reports supplied for each piece of medical
- We are new General Medical Services (nGMS) contract
- We offer a convenient and efficient medical equipment testing
and calibration service that represents value for money.
- We offer a Central Response Centre - call (0117) 342 3333.
- We offer an on-site service at customers
- All work is carried out to original manufacturers'
- Test equipment is calibrated and traceable to national
Why is it important to test and calibrate equipment?
- As per nGMS contract, management point 7 3 Quality and Outcomes
Framework (QOF) points can be claimed by having a medical
equipment/devices tested and calibrated.
- For devices where readings are used for diagnosis and
recording, it is paramount that these readings lie within
the parameters set by manufacturers.
- A structured annual planned maintenance service for testing and
calibrating helps reduce unexpected corrective maintenance costs,
reducing valuable downtime and inconvenience.
- Medical drugs and vaccines require medical refrigerators with
prescribed ambient temperatures that in reality do waiver.
This can affect medicines inside and could be detrimental for
patients and an unnecessary expense to your practice.
We will issue you with an easy access summary certificate as
evidence that performance/functionality tests have been carried
out for your QOF audit and also identify and report any
unlocated devices from established inventory.
us to discuss your requirements.
MEMO Clinical Engineering GP support
Did you know that the Department of Health has announced that
registration for primary medical services, including GP practices,
will take place by April 2013 and the registration process is
beginning in July 2012?For more information on registration
requirements please visit the CQC website at http://www.cqc.org.uk/register
The CQC is encouraging GPs to start thinking about the
essential standards and whether you meet them. One of the essential
standards is Outcome 11: Safety, availability and
suitability of equipment. MEMO Clinical Engineering at University
Hospitals Bristol have a wide experience of maintaining medical
equipment both for acute trusts and GPs. MEMO Clinical Engineering
have also been key to ensuring outcome 11 has been met at UH