Your Doctor's Secret Weapon: Good Equipment

Options for Selling Your Used Medical Equipment

Whether you're upgrading your existing equipment or you're clearing out old machines, there are better ways to manage used medical equipment than just disposing of it all. Understanding your options to give your used medical equipment a new life can help you not only reduce what ends up in landfills but also to provide the benefit of medical equipment access to those who need it. Here are a few things to think about when you're ready to get rid of the used medical equipment in your facility.

Sell It

Used medical equipment that still has a reasonable lifespan can be sold to other facilities. Selling your used medical equipment for sale provides you with a cash return on your investment to help offset some of the costs you've incurred, and it allows another medical facility to get access to that equipment at a fraction of the price of buying new. If you're not in a position to sell each piece of equipment individually on your own, you can reach out to a local medical equipment reseller. Many resellers will buy all of the equipment that you have and then resell it to those companies that need it.

Return it to the Manufacturer

Many medical equipment manufacturers sell used medical equipment as well as new machines. You may be able to work with the manufacturer to return your used medical equipment so that they can refurbish and sell it. In fact, in some cases, you might be able to negotiate a discount on your new machines in exchange for that old equipment. Talk with the equipment manufacturers to find out if they offer a buy-back program or if they accept used equipment back for resale.

Contact Medical Care Accessibility Companies

Some companies specialize in ensuring medical care accessibility in areas where equipment might be harder to access. These companies often seek out those who are selling used medical equipment so that they can purchase the equipment at a discount and distribute it to areas and organizations that need it for providing care to those who wouldn't otherwise be able to get those services.

As you can see, there are plenty of options when you're looking to put your used medical equipment to good use instead of disposing of it. Reach out to a few of these resources today to see if you can sell your used medical equipment. You may also be able to find other organizations near you that could be interested in used equipment. Some companies, like Apexx Solutions Inc., know that buying used can save you money.