Carestream Health has signed contracts for its Kodak Directview CR and digital radiography systems from nine U.S. healthcare facilities.
The company recently has launched several new digital imaging systems including the Kodak Point-of-Care CR-ITX 560 System, Kodak Directview CR Classic and Elite Systems, and Kodak Directview DR 9500 and DR 3500 Systems.
The following healthcare providers are among those that have placed orders for Carestream’s products:
- Alpena Regional Medical Center in Alpena, Mich., ordered a Kodak Directview 3500 system.
- Bethesda Memorial Hospital in Boynton Beach, Fla., ordered a CR-ITX 560 system.
- Cape Canaveral Hospital in Cocoa Beach, Fla., purchased a dual-detector Kodak Directview DR 7500 System.
- Illinois Valley Community Hospital in Peru, Ill., purchased DR 7500 and DR 3000 systems.
- Kennedy Health in Cherry Hill, N.J., purchased a DR 7500 system.
- Novant Healthcare Systems in Charlotte, N.C., purchased 12 Kodak Directview CR 825 Systems for their urgent care/family practice facilities and Kodak Directview CR 975 and CR 850 Systems for Brunswick Hospital in Supply, N.C.
- Renown Health in Reno, Nev., purchased a DR 3000 system.
- Tallahassee Memorial Hospital in Tallahassee, Fla., ordered seven CR 975, CR 850 and CR 825 systems.
- U.S. Naval Hospital in Camp Lejeune, N.C., purchased two CR-ITX 560 systems.