Sonora Cancer Center

Our Solution

When Jones Lang LaSalle Project Manager Sasha needed medical equipment for their $20 million Sonora Regional Medical Center expansion project, they knew they could trust CME.

CME was charged with finding the right equipment for the new three-story cancer center. As items were gathered and priced, additional items were identified. CME360 software kept the equipment list tidy and manageable.

With CME360, clients have access to all their equipment in real-time reporting. From the initial quote to the final bracket fastened in their facility, this innovative software solution to medical equipment logistics keeps projects transparent and on track. CME360 tracked all products and was crucial in keeping scheduled deliveries.

Results

The new 64,000 square foot Sonora Regional Medical Center opened on time and as planned. Residents around the facility gained access to state-of-the-art equipment, routine cancer screenings and complex diagnoses.

  • Who:

    Jones Lang LaSalle Project Manager needed an equipment planning partner for the firms $20 million expansion project with Adventist Health Sonora Cancer Center

  • Project:

    Ordering of the right equipment, complete direct to site logistics, and installation to be properly organized and maintained

  • Goals:

    Hard-open date, requiring that the facility would be fully functioning the moment the grand opening ceremony was concluded

  • Challenges:

    Strict Budget

    No storage facility

    Tight deadlines

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