Lake Zurich, Ill.-based Zetta offers engineering services, parts and pre-owned medical imaging equipment via a network of OEM trained-engineers, according to Minneapolis-based Agiliti, formerly known as Universal Hospital Services.
“Zetta’s specialized capabilities and technical expertise are an ideal complement to our expanding platform of clinical engineering services,” CEO Tom Leonard said in prepared remarks. “This acquisition builds upon our outsourced and supplemental biomedical service models and enables us to further extend into full-service clinical engineering for high-end imaging devices. Our teams share a common approach based on the highest quality standards of medical device management, as evidenced by our mutual certifications to ISO 13485:2016. I look forward to delivering our combined capabilities to customers.”
“Over the past 12 years, we’ve built a strong reputation as a highly skilled and reliable partner,” added Zetta founder & president Mike Ghazal. “Agiliti shares our commitment to service, customer responsiveness and uncompromising quality, and provides a platform that will enable us to serve more customers as part of a broader, value-based solution portfolio.”
In July 2018 Zetta won 510(k) clearance from the FDA for its Zoom MRI software.