Vendor Spotlight: Shimadzu

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AHRA Education FoundationBy AHRA Staff

February 2014—Shimadzu Medical Systems USA and AHRA had already worked together for several years when, in 2013, Shimadzu made a five year commitment to support the AHRA Education Foundation through the Expanding Excellence Campaign.

Ed Yoder, CRA, FAHRA, President of AHRA said, “I am very pleased that Shimadzu chose to partner with the AHRA Education Foundation. The Expanding Excellence campaign is vital to our membership and profession and having Shimadzu alongside the AHRA and the Education Foundation through this effort is very much appreciated.”

Frank Serrao, Shimadzu’s marketing manager for North America said, “Shimadzu Medical Systems has always supported AHRA and its goals to educate the imaging community. We feel that partnering formally with the AHRA Education Foundation only strengthens our resolve to work side-by-side with healthcare professionals and our cutting edge technology for vastly improving the patient experience.”

Please join the leadership of the AHRA Education Foundation in thanking Shimadzu for its support of the imaging profession through the Expanding Excellence Campaign.

shimadzu-062011 About Shimadzu – Shimadzu Corporation, founded in 1896 in Kyoto, Japan, is a global provider of medical diagnostic equipment including conventional, interventional, and digital X-ray systems. Shimadzu Medical Systems USA is headquartered in Torrance, California, with direct operations headquartered in Dallas, Texas. It maintains sales and service offices throughout the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. Visit for detailed information.

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