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Every modern operating theatre is fitted out with state of the art technology to assist surgeons and their support-staff to perform surgeries with optimum efficiency. With an increasingly stretched healthcare system in Australia, many hospitals are implementing cameras into their operating theatres as another way to streamline the surgery process.

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It wasn’t that long ago that most facilities cleaned their instruments by hand before sterilisation.  However, these days in order to comply with Australian standards, in particular AS 4187; a facility needs to ensure efficient preparation of medical instruments. Where the accuracy of hand-washing was dependent on the individual personnel’s assessment, automated washing now leaves very little room for error during re-processing. Still, not all washer disinfectors are created equal and there are many variables to consider when selecting a new washer disinfector for your facility.

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For more than 60 years MMM Group has been a leader in sterilisation and disinfection systems for hospitals, and has positioned themselves as innovators and drivers of quality within that spectrum.

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Featured in the ADSNA Journal 2018

With the release of the AS/NZS 4187:2014 standard, Australian day surgeries and hospitals will be required to comply with a range of new requirements for processing reusable medical devices (RMD’s) by December 2021. A particular point of interest is Section 7.2.3 and Table 7.2 – Water Quality Used for Processing RMDs. This section states that water supplied to the reprocessing facility, such as a Central Sterile Supply Department, shall be of a suitable quality for its intended purpose1.

Essentially, to achieve the water quality specified in Table 7.2 the local water supply needs to be treated through a water purification system. Reverse osmosis filters are extremely efficient and effective for the removal of microorganisms and most residual chemicals from water2. In addition to variables such as cost effectiveness, ease of installation, functionality, and footprint, reverse osmosis is by far the most ideal water purification method.

However, what factors does a health facility need to consider before making a decision on the best way to comply with these requirements?

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After 4 months and 618 man hours, Mediquip have completed the installation of Simeon Highline OR lights, Sim.FLEX suspension arm systems and cameras in 37 theatres and procedures rooms at Gold Coast University Hospital.


The multidisciplinary Simeon Theatre lights were installed in 20 operating theatres, 5 endoscopy rooms, 2 angio rooms, 9 emergency rooms and 2 mortuary rooms. Optimum light quality, intuitive usability, and innovative features were the deciding factors when Gold Coast University Hospital selected Sim.LED HighLine MC lights for this project.

The final set of lights were installed in late October, and with the Christmas holidays now at an end, the theatres will now be in full operation.

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Renaissant Aesthetic Health opened in East Brisbane in late August this year after a whirlwind construction over eight months. Mediquip, a leading Australian biomedical sales and service provider were at the forefront of the project, delivering an array of state-of-the-art equipment including two fully integrated theatres and a holistic CSSD solution to the day hospital.

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Mediquip has been recognised as an ABA100 Winner in The Australian Business Awards 2018 for Service Excellence.

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Hummingbird House Gala 2018

19/06/2018 9:06 am



Our team had a wonderful time at the Hummingbird House Garden Party Gala last Saturday night!

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Mediquip Exhibit

Waikato Hospital uses childbirth simulator

To train for high-risk deliveries..

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Mediquip SEP2017

Mediquip Messenger

September 2017

With many more projects in the pipeline, our team are gearing up for the remainder of the year. ..

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