Consensys Imaging Service, formerly Unisyn, has announced it has received certification to both ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003 international quality standards.

Unisyn sold its ultrasound probe repair, multi-modality parts, and proprietary test equipment businesses to GE Healthcare in May 2013. The medical diagnostic imaging equipment provider relocated its corporate headquarters to Cary, Ill, formerly the Unisyn service facility, and took on its new name. There Consensys recruited new leadership, established an independent quality management system for installation, repair, maintenance, and service of imaging equipment, and pursued recertification to the relevant ISO-quality standards, which it had previously held.

“Consensys had pledged to sharpen its focus on customer experience and refine its offerings as part of rebranding efforts under its new name and leadership structure,” said David Jahns, managing partner at Galen Partners and chairman of the board of Consensys.  “Recertifying to the more rigorous ISO 13485:2003 quality standard, which was developed to address customer and regulatory requirements specific to medical devices and related services, demonstrates Consensys’ ongoing commitment to the highest quality standards and a key reason why its customers consider it to be an attractive alternative to OEM Service.”

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