Providian Medical, Trisonics, and MedCorp are Now Probo Medical

Probo Medical will be transitioning Providian Medical, Trisonics, and MedCorp under its own brand name beginning November 25th. The change is to visually simplify Probo Medical’s acquisitions and service offerings to customers and communicate that Probo Medical is now a comprehensive medical equipment company.

“The transition of the Probo Medical companies under one brand – Probo Medical - will visually communicate that we a­re a comprehensive refurbished medical equipment company,” said Probo Medical’s CEO, Michael Asmer. “We've grown quickly to provide our customers with better and more diversified products at the best price to meet our company’s mission of reducing healthcare costs worldwide.”

The Probo Medical team is thrilled to fully consolidate its offerings to enhance the customer experience by providing seamless services that include:

  • Ultrasound System, Probe, and Part Sales
  • Ultrasound System and Probe Rentals
  • Ultrasound Service and Loaners
  • Ultrasound Rentals
  • C-arm Sales, Service and Rentals

Customers should expect to see a transition of the companies under Probo Medical’s brand umbrella shortly, which currently includes Providian Medical, Trisonics, and MedCorp. The team members from each location will be communicating with customers about the brand transition.


Probo Medical was started in 2014 as an ultrasound probe repair and refurbishment company. It has now been recognized locally and nationally as one of the fastest-growing companies and a best place to work. Probo Medical’s impact has reached beyond its customers with its donation program that has donated over 150 probes and 50 systems to all corners of the world. Varsity Healthcare Solutions partnered with Probo Medical in September 2018 to support Probo Medical’s growth to achieve its overall mission.

About the Author

Brian Gill is Probo Medical’s Vice President of Marketing. He has been in the ultrasound industry since 1999. From sales to service to customer support, he has done everything from circuit board repair and on-site service to networking and PACS, to training clinicians on ultrasound equipment. Through the years, Brian has trained more than 500 clinicians on over 100 different ultrasound machines. Currently, Brian is known as the industry expert in evaluating ultrasounds and training users on all makes and models of ultrasound equipment, this includes consulting with manufacturers with equipment evaluations during all stages of product development.