MONTEBELLO, NY--(Marketwire - Oct 22, 2012) - Oncology Services International (OSI) announced today that it has been recertified for ISO 9001:2008 for its quality management system. OSI is the world's largest independent service organization for radiation oncology devices and seller of refurbished linear accelerators.
"Dedication to meeting the highest standards of quality and continuous improvement is at the heart of everything we do at OSI," said Richard J. Hall, OSI Chief Executive Officer. "Our goal is to ensure that clinicians have the tools they need, when they need them, to deliver effective treatments to their patients, and we never lose sight of the fact that we are a partner and an extension of their clinical mission to prolong and save lives."
"OSI's commitment to quality means being there any time of the day or night to ensure the equipment used to treat patients is available and operating properly," said Ronald Drake, VP of Service. "Our service commitment starts with our team of Field Service Engineers, who are among the most knowledgeable and experienced in the industry."
ISO 9001 is the most established global management standard and is currently adopted by over a million companies in more than 170 countries throughout the world. The ISO 9001:2008 certification is awarded to organizations that meet rigorous requirements for the full deployment of a Quality Management System (QMS) and for using a systematic approach to managing and improving their processes and procedures. OSI was certified by DEKA Certification, Inc.
About Oncology Services International
Oncology Services International (OSI) is the world leader in linear accelerator service as well as refurbished systems and parts sales. OSI has the world's largest independent service organization and also is the largest seller of refurbished linear accelerators in the world. The company has extensive refurbished radiation oncology medical devices and tens of thousands of fully tested parts in stock, and provides service 24/7 -- on site usually within a maximum of four hours. Learn more at www.thinkosi.com.