Whether you are a small medical office or large hospital, ZRG Medical can help you with your facility liquidation from start to finish – no matter the size.
We understand that every health care facility doesn’t have the same needs and priorities when it comes to removing their surplus assets. We work with you to understand your needs, schedule on your terms and liquidate assets of your choosing.
There is never a fee for the hospital. ZRG may pay for equipment removed, depending on value. Whether the hospital receives payment or not is determined ahead of time, based on equipment to be removed.
ZRG’s specialty is medical equipment reuse and recycling; however, we’re certified to manage all hospital surplus, excluding biohazardous materials. We can always review any items in question if you’re unsure.
Through ZRG’s online customer portal, documentation can be accessed with clarity and ease. Inventory lists, releases of liability, and certificates of recycling are at your fingertips with ZRG. Designed with convenience in mind, the portal can also be used to request new liquidation jobs and review past jobs ZRG has already completed.
Liability is released to ZRG by hospital staff. We are HIPAA compliant and patient confidentiality training is required of our employees. Furthermore, we follow strict standard operating procedures for managing equipment with stored sensitive data to guarantee all crucial information is removed. In the event patient data is found on customer equipment, the POC is immediately notified while ZRG holds the device until specific instructions are received.
ZRG can be contacted by phone, email, or our customer portal. If available, hospital staff will provide a manifest. If not, ZRG just needs the logistics for pickup, and we’ll take care of the rest. After items are inventoried, a complete list — including serial numbers — is available for hospital staff within two business days.
Ultimately, it depends on the equipment type and condition. Equipment will be resold, donated, or responsibly recycled.
• Schedule regular pickups to keep storerooms free of items no longer in use
• Have surplus removal plan in place when you’re expecting large capital purchases
• Carefully select your disposition vendor to remain in compliance with legal regulations and your organization’s internal protocols
• Regularly vet your vendor to ensure your institution follows California State law for resale of medical equipment
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