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About Cardiac Services

Cardiac Services Group was founded in Belfast in 1969. It is at the forefront of supplying and supporting diagnostic and measurement equipment in Ireland and the UK. Cardiac Services became part of the SISK GROUP in August 2006 and operates under the umbrella structure, SISK Healthcare.

Hospital


The Hospital Division supplies a wide range of medical equipment, software and consumables mainly focused in the hospital high-acuity setting...

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Therapeutic and Simulation


Cardiac Services Therapeutic & Simulation Division provides a wide range of medical equipment, first aid products and consumables with a...

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Clinical Engineering


Cardiac Services have a dedicated Customer Service team available to deal with all enquiries. Our 25+ Clinical engineering team provide...

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Training and Education


Cardiac Services Training and Education team offer consultancy, training, clinical education and change management for healthcare providers. We deliver installation...

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Healthcare Informatics


Cardiac Services supply innovative healthcare technology and services to the Hospital and Pre-Hospital marketplace, throughout the Ireland & the UK...

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Managed Equipment Service


Medical equipment management throughout the entire contract life-time. An MES manages all your equipment concerns such as ownership, provision, purchase, installation...

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Latest News

May
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Belfast City Marathon

Congratulations to the Cardiac services relay team who broke our current record time by 1 min in 3hrs 31 mins

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May
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Clinical Education Programme

Our new Clinical Education Dates just released today, for more information please contact e.scott@cardiac-services.com or call +353 1 861311 

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Feb
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Call in for a Visit Today - 23rd International Symposium on Infections in the Critically Ill Patient

Cardiac Services are delighted to exhibiting at the 23rd International Symposium on Infections in the Critically Ill Patient. Please come

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