The Engineer Training Program (ETP) was developed to help aspiring engineers gain the required skill set to become proficient in servicing ultrasound equipment. To read more, continue to the full article.
We are pleased to announce that our customer relations manager, Barbra Sheriff, was recognized by the Knights of Columbus on March 27, 2017 for her diligent work with The Carlisle Area Family Life Center.
Barb Sheriff and Ron Sidi bring a unique perspective to the Trisonics team as they both come from a seasoned background as sonographers. We thought that it would be interesting to get their perspective on the equipment side of sonography.
This week, Trisonics welcomes Media Manager, Jonathan Payne of MedWrench to talk about their online resources for medical equipment users. MedWrench is your online community to ask questions and share information about specific medical equipment you work with every day.
Trisonics is proud to announce that is has been named to the Central Penn Business Journal’s 19th annual list of the Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies in Central Pennsylvania. This is the 1st time that Trisonics has achieved this milestone.
Purchasing a new ultrasound system is huge commitment that affect both your business and your patients. As technology and medicine continue to evolve, so do the features that come along with ultrasound systems. You need to feel confident that the equipment you are purchasing is at the highest standard of quality and that you are getting exactly what you need.
Construction has begun! Check out the sights at Trisonics new location in Harrisburg, PA. Follow along to see the process of construction as Trisonics begins the journey of moving and expanding its operation.
The Governor’s ImPAct Awards recognizes companies from throughout the state in five categories: Community Impact, Entrepreneurial Impact, Export Impact, Jobs That Pay, and Small Business Impact. Trisonics was nominated for the Small Business ImPAct Award.