Managing all the medical equipment cables in patient rooms is now easier with the official launch of the VHM-P™ and VHM-PL™, the newest adjustable arms offered by GCX, the leading manufacturer of medical grade mounting solutions for hospitals and OEMs.
With GCX products in 5,000 U.S. hospitals and many more worldwide, healthcare organizations have long turned to the 45-year-old medical manufacturer to create mounting solutions that meet current and future needs. The newest in the GCX series of adjustable mounting arms are the VHM- P™ and VHM-PL™, which provide significant advances in cable management, precision movement, cleanability, durability and load capacity.
“Patient room architecture is continually challenged to accommodate the new technologies that advance patient care. GCX representatives are in the rooms with these providers on a regular basis, and this direct interaction allows us to develop robust mounting solutions that solve the problems of constrained space, workflow and ergonomics,” said Cris Daugbjerg, GCX Vice President of Development and Sales.
The VHM-P™ and VHM-PL™ medical-grade arms:
Additionally, the version with a locking handle provides quick and safe, one-handed vertical repositioning of the mounted device without interrupting workflow.
For more information or to place an order for the VHM-P™ and VHM-PL™, visit the GCX website at www.gcx.com or contact Kevin Merritt, Director of Marketing, at (800) 228-2555, Ext. 713.
GCX Corp., based in Petaluma, CA, has been providing medical device and IT mounting solutions for the healthcare industry since 1971, through direct sales and working with original equipment manufacturers (OEM). Major product lines include wall mounts, roll stands, countertop mounts, pole mounts, and a variety of mounting accessories. GCX mounting solutions feature space-saving, ergonomic designs to improve both equipment and patient access. The company has offices in North America, Europe, Japan and Taiwan. It also operates warehouse and production facilities in Petaluma, California; El Paso, Texas; and New Taipei City, Taiwan. For more information, visit www.gcx.com.