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Associated Imaging Services has been providing superior service for ultrasound systems in Kansas and Oklahoma since the mid 1990's. AIS can meet your service needs whether you use equipment from GE, Siemens, Philips, Toshiba, or another manufacturer. Throughout our service area, we are proud to offer not only the best service, but also the best value. Our hourly rates are consistently below those of our competitors.

AIS offers full service contracts, preventative maintenance contracts, and time & material options to all of our customers. Because we understand the financial demands of our industry, AIS is extremely motivated to provide you with the best service value available anywhere.

Among the systems we service are:




  • RT 3200
  • Logiq 100
  • Logiq 200
  • Logiq 400
  • Logiq 500
  • Logiq 700
  • Logiq 3
  • Logiq 5
  • Logiq 7
  • Logiq 9
  • Vivid 3
  • Vivid 7
  • Voluson 730 Pro
  • Voluson 730 Expert
  • Logiqbook
  • Vivid i


  • Acuson Cypress
  • Acuson 128 XP/10
  • Acuson Aspen
  • Acuson Sequoia


  • UM-400C
  • HP 2500
  • HP 4500
  • HP 5500
  • HP 7500
  • ATL 1500
  • ATL 3000
  • ATL 3500
  • ATL 4000
  • ATL 5000
  • Envisor
  • HD11
  • iU22
  • iE33


  • Powervision 6000
  • Powervision 8000
  • Xario
  • Aplio

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What our clients say.

"SMV ranks among the most reliable equipment I've worked with. And when service is required, AIS is fast and the problem is usually fixed the first time."

Jon Darnell, Manager, Nuclear Medicine
Via Christi Regional Medical Center, Wichita Kansas

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