About Us

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Centurion Service Group has grown to become the largest used medical equipment auction house in the world, with warehouse locations in Chicago, Las Vegas, South Florida, and Dallas. Medical equipment buyers from around the world know to go to Centurion’s auctions for all their hospital equipment purchasing needs including radiology, anesthesia, lab, exam, patient monitoring, cardiology, endoscopy, surgery, instrumentation, disposables, and much more. With over 6,000 pieces of surplus medical equipment sold every month, it’s ideal as a single source for acquiring the wide range of used medical equipment they need and in the quantities they desire. View upcoming medical equipment auctions here.

In addition to live auctions, Centurion hosts timed auctions where buyers can bid 24/7 on high valued medical equipment such as installed radiology. Equipment sold by timed auction are magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines, computed tomography (CT) machines, radiographic fluoroscopy systems, bone densitometers, linear accelerators and much more.

Centurion Service Group also provides complete medical surplus management for healthcare facilities including certified appraisals, trade-in value verification, asset and facility inventories, relocations, and closures. 

Centurion’s sellers are equipment manufacturers, hospitals, surgery centers, radiology centers and other healthcare facilities in the United States, and they have the ability to assist those healthcare facilities with every phase of the equipment’s life cycle: auctioning surplus equipment for fair market value, hospital and other medical facility closures and consolidations, inventory services, equipment appraisal services and assisting facilities in managing the reallocation of equipment within their hospital or hospital system. All the programs Centurion offers streamline the surplus process, minimizing the disruption to the hospital facility and maximizing the profit. Learn more about our services here.

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