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Medical Equipment Testing and Calibration for GP's

Precision and legal compliance is of the utmost importance in a GP practice, especially with the health of thousands of patients each month relying on the accuracy of your medical equipment. With blood pressure monitors, defibrillators, ear syringes, medical fridges and much more all being used almost daily in your practice, ensuring that they are properly tested and calibrated is legally and medically required.

At Direct365, we work with only the best in the business for the Testing and Calibration market, to offer peace of mind to your practice. All you need to do is tell us the day and time you would like our engineer to arrive, and the rest us all down to us. 

With on-site visits, so you can keep your practice open for longer and running smoothly, a thorough and detailed testing procedure as well as a full certification upon completion which you can proudly display in your practice for patients or inspectors to see.

  • Convenient Schedules
    We know you've got a busy schedule, so we work around you.
  • Nationwide Coverage
    Wherever your practice, we can be there.
  • Full Certification Provided
    We provide you will all the correct legal paperwork.
  • All Equipment Covered
    From Thermometers to Pulse Oximeters - we can test it!
  • Market Leaders
    We only work with the best in the business.
  • Over 2,500 Organisations Trust Us
    We work with over 2,500 surgeries + hospitals, clinics dentists and more.

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Still not sure about Testing and Calibration?

What is Calibration?

Calibration is the verification of an instrument or device to a known standard, which deems it accurate and safe to use. Calibration takes into account the tolerance of an instrument, the use of the instrument, the repeatability and the time interval since the last calibration.

 

When should you calibrate your equipment?

You may need to calibrate your equipment when:

  • It is brand new (sometimes they come out the factory not properly calibrated)
  • When a time period has passed (Usually a year)
  • After a certain number of hours of use
  • When it has had a shock or vibration which could have knocked it out of calibration (This is important if you travel a lot with your equipment)
  • Whenever your equipment looks damaged or visibly seems to out of calibration

 

Why should you calibrate?

Testing and calibration isn't just a tick in a legal box, it could keep your business afloat should you ever have an impromtu inspection.  A quick visual check of your equipment once in a while is enough, especially with an inspection looming. Not only could this be dangerous for the patient, but also it could lead to strong legal action if you're found to be using equipment that isn't up to scratch.

 A quick visual check of your equipment once in a while is enough, especially with an inspection looming. Not only could this be dangerous for the patient, but also it could lead to strong legal action if you're found to be using equipment that isn't up to scratch.