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    Huntleigh Diagnostics Support Mercy Ships

    Monday, July 25, 2016 Huntleigh-Healthcare Diagnostics Comments (0)

    Image courtesy of Mercy Ships. Copyright © 2016 Ruben Plomp/Mercy Ships Huntleigh Diagnostics are delighted to have supported Mercy Ships with the provision of essential operating room patient monitoring equipment for their ship 'Africa Mercy'. Endorsement from Tony Royston, Senior Clinical/Biomedical Engineer on the Africa Mercy: ‘Once again Huntleigh Diagnostics have rapidly responded to our need, this time fo ..

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