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Global Medical Imaging was founded on April 15th, 2002 to be a “Brand Indifferent” ultrasound solutions provider. In the beginning, we were primarily focused on the private practice market and supported our customers by being an advocate for the ultrasound purchaser, user and asset manager. This foundation was built to support our vision of be­coming the largest and most trusted third party ultrasound organization in the country.

GMI’s commitment to our customers led us to grow our Service & Support staff in an effort to emerge into new markets and meet our customers growing demands. To accomplish this, we added a large parts inventory, regionalized field service engineers, an outside Sales Support team, in-house customer service team and dedicated technical support engineers. The addition of these key players allowed us to consistently deliver outstanding customer service and provide a phenomenal customer experience. With the addition of the service and support teams we were able to offer cost effective service solutions in the form of free technical support, training, custom service contracts and ultrasound manage­ment programs at a 40% savings compared to OEMs.

We are proud to be one of the pioneers of transducer repair in our industry, by bringing a transducer repair operation to our facility in Charlotte. GMI invested wholly into the trans­ducer repair aspect of our business in an effort to provide our customers with a cost effec­tive solution to control the cost of maintaining their current assets.

As an answer to customer demand, GMI expanded it’s service offerings to include nuclear medicine imaging equipment. Following the path that allowed us to emerge as a leader in the ultrasound market, we added a large inventory of nuclear parts, strategically placed field engineers, dedicated customer service representatives and a technical support team to support our nuclear growth.

GMI’s current market position:

GMI sells, finances, services and supports every aspect of Diagnostic Ultrasound equip­ment, Nuclear Medicine Imaging equipment and Patient Archive and Communications Systems. We provide a choice for customers seeking a cost effective solution to the rising cost in the imaging marketplace.

Let us be your partner to help you succeed in acquiring, maintaining and managing your ultrasound and nuclear medicine assets. Call us today at 800.958.9986 to speak to a qualified representative.

Ultrasound Service Positions – GMI Careers

Probe Repair Soldering Technician

GMI is looking for a talented, self-motivated individual to join our Ultrasound Transducer Repair Team. The ideal candidate must have the ability to solder 42-44 gauge wires, maintain service records, document the repair process, and perform quality checks to assure accuracy. Must also have the ability to troubleshoot and work in a team-based environment.

Attention to detail, ability to work independently and establish priorities are a must in this position, along with a positive attitude, willingness to do whatever it takes to get the job done, and a desire to work with a great team in a fast-paced environment with growth potential.

Submit resume to Bethany Linder, HR Manager via e-mail at hr@gmi3.com or fax to 704-940-3814.


Probe Repair Technician

GMI is looking for an experienced, self-motivated individual to join our Ultrasound Transducer Repair Team. The ideal candidate must be able to evaluate and repair Ultrasound Transducers in the repair lab, maintain service records, document the repair process, and perform quality checks to assure accuracy. Must also have excellent troubleshooting capabilities be able to work in a team-based environment.

Attention to detail, ability to work independently and establish priorities are a must in this position, along with a positive attitude, willingness to do whatever it takes to get the job done, and a desire to work with a great team in a fast-paced environment with growth potential.

Submit resume to Bethany Linder, HR Manager via e-mail at hr@gmi3.com or fax to 704-940-3814.


Experienced Electronics Repair Technician

GMI is looking for a talented, self-motivated individual to join our Board Repair Team. Ability to use common industry repair & troubleshooting tools to diagnose and repair printed circuit boards, power supplies and various other components of ultrasound systems/equipment. Must also have the ability to troubleshoot without the use of schematics or diagrams and work in a team-based environment.

Submit resume to Bethany Linder, HR Manager via e-mail at hr@gmi3.com or fax to 704-940-3814.