Source: thestar.comTORONTO, ON - The City of Toronto is going ahead with three sole-source contracts worth millions of dollars for new ambulance equipment, despite objections from some councillors. "There are people who want to bid, and we're saying you can't bid," Councillor Mike Del Grande told city council during debate yesterday about sole-source contracts for 220 Motorola radios, 200 new cardiac monitor defibrillators and portable wireless patient record-keeping devices the latter two products made by Zoll Medical Canada Inc. of Mississauga.
northernmedic wrote:Hopefully the bosses will spring for the NIBP and maybe 12 leads on the new Zoll's. Not a Zoll fan myself, way prefer my Medtronic products.
The 12 lead would be nice for them.Me myself I am not a big fan of the NIBP I find its faster and more accurate to go manual even if its just by palp for a quick baseline.
But really what does it matter to me? I am coming up on 5 years free of stretcher humping.
I just still have no respect for the upper mgt at TOEMS you can lways count on them to do the wrong thing.
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