Unique New Website - Hospitals Sell Medical Equipment Commission Free!

New York, NY (PressExposure) July 23, 2008 -- Born as a new entrepreneurial concept, it’s unique and highly profitable for its subscribers. MEDmarketplace.com® enables hospitals to generate substantial revenue. And it does so without charging commissions. Vincent Baratta, a visionary entrepreneur, saw the need for a website that could help hospitals efficiently sell no-longer used medical equipment and supplies while not charging a commission. He created http://www.MEDmarketplace.com , a unique website that charges hospitals a reasonable annual “subscription fee” for listing and selling unused medical equipment (i.e., “idle assets”) to thousands of buyers.

“MEDmarketplace.com provides hospitals a unique opportunity to sell their unwanted and excess medical equipment quickly and easily,” said Baratta from his Ft. Lauderdale office. “Hospitals no longer need to spend money on storage space. By selling unused equipment hospitals will have an additional source of revenue. For our hospital clients, we have helped to generate substantial annual revenue by facilitating transactions with other hospitals, brokers, and consumers. We have more than 50,000 visitors to our site every month.”

It’s no wonder that MEDmarketplace.com has rapidly become the premier source for hospitals that want to sell no-longer used medical equipment. Indeed, if one puts the phrases “medical equipment” or “buy medical equipment” into Google or Yahoo search engines, MEDmarketplace.com pops up in either the number one or number two positions!

Mr. Baratta, along with his world-class IT staff, designed an easy-to-navigate website that accommodates the needs of hospitals, nursing homes, medical equipment retailers, physicians, and even individual sellers.

“If a hospital wants to sell its unused medical equipment or supplies,” said Baratta, “it simply contacts MEDmarketplace.com, and then pays a modest annual subscription fee for a complete turn-key service. Once that’s done a hospital’s medical equipment and supplies are showcased on the website, which also features the hospital’s logo and contact information. All contacts listed go directly to MEDmarketplace.com professionals.

One national hospital system has enjoyed brisk and highly profitable sales of unused medical equipment and supplies. MEDmarketplace.com has helped to increase that system’s cash flow and has largely eliminated unnecessary storage space. In addition to selling no-longer used medical equipment, that system is also using MEDmarketplace.com to transfer equipment from one hospital to another through its proprietary system called Progressive Access ®. Within a short period of time, Baratta expects that most hospita

ls throughout the world will be using MEDmarketplace.com. “It’s a concept whose time is long overdue for the hospital industry,” stated Baratta, “for it not only helps hospitals profitably dispose of unused equipment, but the website also is a conduit for helping a wide range of healthcare facilities obtain the medical equipment that they so desperately need and at a price that is entirely affordable without the burden of huge commissions.”

MEDmarketplace.com is a unique and effective Web site for the buying and selling of new and used medical equipment. Its organic page one search engine rankings on Google and Yahoo! facilitate its status as the Internet’s global medical marketplace for healthcare providers and consumers searching for medical equipment and supplies. For more information about MEDmarketplace.com, please visit http://www.MEDmarketplace.com or call 1.888.502.2800.

From: Jeffrey Sussman, Inc. Marketing Public Relations 249 East 48 Street FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York, NY 10017

For: MEDmarketplace.com

Contact: Jeffrey Sussman 212-421-4475 marketingpro@aol.com [http://www.powerpublicity.com]

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