Clients

Acute Medical Gas works with many types of clients in the medical gas industry, from large multi-location hospitals, to small surgery centers, dental and veterinary clinics. We also partner with engineers and contractors who perform work at these healthcare facilities.

The following is a list of some of the many clients that we have partnered with in the Northeast, throughout the country, and abroad:

Airgas
Aramark Healthcare
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Catholic Medical Center
Children’s Hospital Boston
Comfort Systems USA
Concord Hospital
Crothall Services Group
Dana Farber Cancer Center
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Department of Veteran’s Affairs
Deerfield Veterinary Clinic
Engelberth Construction, Inc.
Fletcher Allen Healthcare
Harvey Construction Corporation
Hopital Universitaire de Mirebalais*
Kaleida Health Systems
Kindred Healthcare
Native Alaskan Medical Center
Nebraska Medical Center
New London Hospital
Partners Healthcare
Portsmouth Regional Hospital
Praxair Healthcare Services
Steward Healthcare
Suffolk Construction
University of Nebraska Medical Center
US Army Corp of Engineers

AMG Donates Services to Make Hospital in Haiti a Reality!

*We are proud to announce our testing and certification work with Hopital Universitaire de Mirebalais. Acute Medical Gas co-owner, Doug Ostraat, donated many hours onsite and from afar to help the hospital become a reality.

“We’re thrilled that construction of Hôpital Universitaire de Mirebalais, in Mirebalais, Haiti, is complete. The 205,000-square foot, 300-bed facility—called HUM for short—will fill a huge void, locally and nationally, for people who previously had limited access to quality health care.

‘This hospital is the culmination of a dream dating back a quarter-century and underlines our commitment to the country and people of Haiti, which is stronger than ever after the earthquake.’

Paul Farmer, Co-founder, Partners In Health

The hospital will provide primary care services to about 185,000 people in Mirebalais and two nearby communities. But patients from a much wider area—all of central Haiti and areas in and around Port-au-Prince—also will be able to receive secondary and tertiary care. We anticipate seeing as many as 500 patients every day in our ambulatory clinics when the hospital is fully operational.”

For more details, please visit: http://www.pih.org/pages/mirebalais

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