Biomedical Service Solutions

Knowledge, Expertise & Dedication to the Infusion Industry

Infusion Equipment Available to Purchase or Rent

We offer flexible rental terms and competitive rental pricing.

Preferred Medical offers an extensive inventory of new and refurbished infusion pumps for rent. Renting equipment allows flexibility in managing inventory and meeting your budgetary needs. Our infusion equipment ships patient-ready, meeting manufacturer specifications and, most importantly, your needs for patient care. Renting infusion equipment offers financial savings, operational flexibility, and access to updated technology and support services, making it a practical choice for many healthcare providers and facilities.

Cost Savings

Renting can be more cost-effective than purchasing expensive infusion equipment outright, especially as we customize each rental agreement.


Renting allows healthcare facilities and providers to access the latest equipment without committing to long-term ownership. It provides flexibility to upgrade to newer models as technology advances.

Maintenance and Support

Rental agreements  include maintenance and technical support, ensuring that the equipment is properly serviced and functioning optimally throughout the rental period.

Immediate Availability

Renting equipment can provide immediate access to infusion pumps, IV poles, and other necessary items, which is crucial in emergency situations or when unexpected patient needs arise.

Avoiding Obsolescence 

Medical technology evolves rapidly. Renting allows healthcare providers to use state-of-the-art equipment without worrying about it becoming obsolete or outdated.

Dedicated Support: 

Easily manage your rental equipment needs through our dedicated support team with manufacturer trained knowledge. Ability to provide immediate back-up for many pumps. 

Reliable Infusion Pump Maintenance & Repairs

Our skilled biomedical staff can maintain and repair your infusion pumps with original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts.

Biomedical repair plays a crucial role in maintaining the functionality and safety of medical equipment, particularly infusion pumps. These devices are vital in delivering fluids, such as medications or nutrients, to patients accurately and reliably. By addressing issues promptly and conducting regular maintenance, healthcare facilities can ensure that these critical medical devices perform optimally, supporting quality patient care.

Why Biomedical Repair Matters: Infusion pumps are intricate devices that require regular maintenance and occasional repair to function correctly. Biomedical repair specialists are trained to diagnose and address issues that may arise, such as mechanical failures, electrical malfunctions, or software glitches. Timely repair not only prevents disruptions in patient care but also minimizes the risk of medication errors and potential harm to patients.

Our team of certified biomedical technicians can handle ANY of your service and repair needs. Before sending any equipment back, we ensure thorough testing. Additionally, we meticulously sanitize and clean each piece, then pack carefully for it's return to you. They're prepared for immediate use for patient service upon arrival.

Preventative Maintenance (PM):

  • Diagnostic Check: A thorough examination of the infusion pump to identify any potential issues or malfunctions that may affect its performance or safety.
  • Operational Check: Verifying the pump's power source, display settings, alarm functionality, battery status (if applicable), and the integrity of tubing connections.
  • Replacement: Swapping out components of an infusion system that have worn out, malfunctioned, or become obsolete.
  • Cleaning: Complimentary cleaning and sanitizing of each unit.
  • Calibration: Adjusting and verifying the accuracy of the infusion pump's delivery rate.
  • Return: Free return shipping on all PMs.

Infusion Pump Repair:

  • Mechanical Failures: Problems with pump motors or mechanical components can impede the proper delivery of fluids.
  • Electrical Malfunctions: Issues with power sources, circuits, or connections can lead to erratic pump behavior or complete failure.
  • Software Glitches: Software errors or bugs may cause programming errors or inaccurate infusion rates.
  • Calibration Errors: Inaccurate calibration can result in incorrect dosage delivery, posing a risk to patient safety.
  • Wear and Tear: Over time, components of infusion pumps may degrade or wear out, requiring replacement or repair.
  • Return: Free return shipping on all repairs

Are you ready to send your device in for repair? Go to our RGA page to submit your repair request! Complete the form here >

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