Radiology Oncology Systems (ROS) believes in making a difference. As one of the leading providers of used and refurbished radiation therapy and diagnostic imaging equipment, our goal is to supply equipment solutions to medical facilities worldwide in order to improve the quantity and quality of patient care. Join the hundreds of hospitals and clinics throughout the world that have relied on ROS to improve, replace or upgrade their equipment.
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Recently Completed Projects
IMRT and IGRT in Chile
ROS recently installed a refurbished Siemens Oncor linear accelerator with a Theraview IGRT system at a hospital in Chile, South America. Although Siemens has exited the linear accelerator market, refurbished Siemens machines are still in demand, with hospitals taking advantage of available systems to add, update or expand their existing radiation oncology clinics. Siemens equipment remains a viable option for cancer hospitals in need of high-quality, low cost equipment. (February, 2013)
Linear Accelerator for a Cancer Hospital in Mexico
The United States has more state-of-the-art medical equipment than any other nation on earth. Rather than disposing of older/used equipment, ROS specializes in refurbishing it and shipping it to areas where the equipment is badly needed. Recently, ROS shipped a low-energy Varian 6EX linear accelerator to Mexico, where it will be installed in a cancer center that treats close to 100 patients per day. We hope this equipment brings care and hope to thousands of patients in the region for years to come. (January, 2013)
CT Simulator Installation at a Regional Cancer Center in the Chicagoland Area.
A radiation oncology clinic in a suburb of Chicago was in need of replacing an older CT Simulator, and didn’t have the budget, or the patient flow, to justify an expensive, new multi-slice large bore system. With a phone call to ROS, a refurbished Philips AcQSim large-bore CT Simulator became the solution. The installation of three moveable lasers completed the room, and patients are now being simulated efficiently and effectively in preparation for their treatment. (December, 2012)
New CYRPA Lasers Revolutionize Patient Positioning
Patient positioning lasers are an integral part of the radiation therapy equipment portfolio. The CYRPA laser company developed an all-new laser system that leapfrogs current market offerings with an exciting new technology. A level of precision never seen before of 0.1 millimeters. An auto-calibrating, wireless calibration feature that does the work of the therapist/physicist in a fraction of the time. And dual-diode red/green lasers to allow the clinician her choice of color. ROS, in collaboration with CYRPA America, is a proud distributor of this exciting new technology. (October, 2012)
Refurbished Varian 6EX with IMRT Installed in Southern California
ROS is pleased to announce the recent completion of the sale and installation of a Varian Clinac 6EX linear accelerator in Southern, California. The unit was installed at a newly constructed free standing oncology clinic. The clinic required a cost-effective equipment solution in order to bring cancer care to the local community. With this equipment the new center is up and running, providing treatment including IMRT technology. In the future, as the practice grows, the clinic will be in a position to add brand new equipment with even more advanced technology. (October, 2012)
2014 ASTRO Annual Meeting Sep 14th - 17th, 2014
Moscone Center, San Francisco, California
Come visit ROS at booth 1638
Spring Refresher Course Mar 7th, 2014
The Roosevelt New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana
2014 Best of ASTRO Oct 16th - 18th, 2014
Eden Roc, Miami Beach,
2014 State of the Art Radiation Therapy Symposium May 16th - 18th, 2014
Grand Hyatt San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas
The U.S. radiation therapy market appears to be rebounding after a major decline in 2009, with radiation oncology centers budgeting more money for capital equipment purchases this year compared to four years ago, according to a new study published by IMV Medical Information Division.
Quick Facts: Cancer in Developing Countries
Radiology Oncology Systems (ROS) is committed to helping narrow the gap that exists between developed countries and developing countries in the fight against cancer, and in the need for technologically advanced equipment to help patients in need.