by Gus Iversen
, Editor in Chief | December 22, 2022
Health technology management company 626 has added Mountain States Biomedical Services (MSBS) to the fold, the third-party servicer's latest in an ongoing string of acquisitions.
Based in Colorado, Mountain States Biomedical Services provides contrast injector service and support as well as biomedical services in North America. Since beginning in 2011, the company has expanded to provide on-site service, depot repair, parts, technical support, and solutions ranging from full-service contracts per asset to ad hoc staff augmentation.
“MSBS could not be a better fit. Since acquiring ISS back in 2019, our injector business has grown exponentially, and it only makes sense to further invest to support that growth,” stated Phil Revien, CEO of 626. "We know MSBS will bring tremendous value to 626 as they share our core values of quality and urgency while having a customer-centric approach."
626 is a leading provider of imaging equipment services, focused on providing responsive service to outpatient imaging centers, hospitals, and other independent service organizations. Founded in 2012, the Florida-based company has a national footprint as one of the fastest-growing third-party imaging service companies in the U.S., specializing in most medical imaging equipment manufacturers and modalities.
Earlier this year, 626 was acquired
by an affiliate of private investment firm Peak Rock Capital, a move intended to bolster the service company's growth and ability to make strategic acquisitions.
“My team and I are beyond excited to start working with Phil, Michael, and the 626 family”, stated MSBS founder and owner, Robert Monette. "We have always prided ourselves on the quality of our service, our growth and our customer retention. These qualities align very well with 626. Knowing that we are teaming up with a company of similar values and culture, and we join a list of brands that have grown aggressively once partnering with 626, provides confidence as we begin this next chapter."