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'Tis the season for giving. Like most companies and individuals this time of year, as we reflect on what we're grateful for in our lives, our thoughts turn to how we can help the less fortunate among us. To say that Beekley Corporation is an altruistic company would be...
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Senior Account Manager Susan Scott Murray is no stranger to military life. Her uncles served in the  Air Force and Marines, her dad in the Army National Guard, and her husband served on the US Missouri during the Gulf War.  She has traveled to many Air Force and Army...
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To drink or not to drink? That is the question radiologists have been struggling with when it comes to positive oral contrast. To the patient it may seem like an arbitrary question but there are real consequences to not using an oral contrast agent to opacify the...
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Each October, there is no shortage of exposure about the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness. The initiative builds each year gaining more and more exposure.   When it comes to breast cancer, PINK is no longer just a color but a statement that signifies strength, hope...
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"Learning and innovation go hand in hand. The arrogance of success is to think that what you did yesterday will be sufficient for tomorrow." William Pollard, Nuclear Physicist, Episcopal Priest, Committee Founder and Executive Director Oak Ridge Institute of  Nuclear...
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While fighting for their lives, many women in active treatment for breast cancer lose their livelihoods - experiencing a loss of income that often leads to catastrophic financial losses and the need to rebuild their financial health according to Molly MacDonald, founder...
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When it comes to communicating the location of a palpable mass, point of pain, or even a thoracic level in MRI, most radiologists and technologists use a skin marker.  “Skin markers serve an important purpose: marking the anatomy so the doctors can see where there is a...
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Nearly half of all breast imaging facilities undergoing their annual MQSA inspections were found to have at least one or more deficiencies related to the Enhancing Quality Using the Inspection Program (EQUIP)in the first six months after its launch. According to the...
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The first day of Fall is tagged as Falls Prevention Awareness Day by the National Council of Aging.   Almost every long-term care resident is at the risk of falling. The risk factor of the individual may include their physical limitations, polypharmacy, mental health,...
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'Tis the season for giving. Like most companies and individuals this time of year, as we reflect on what we're grateful for in our lives, our thoughts turn to how we can help the less fortunate among us. To say that Beekley Corporation is an altruistic company would be...
Corporate News
Senior Account Manager Susan Scott Murray is no stranger to military life. Her uncles served in the  Air Force and Marines, her dad in the Army National Guard, and her husband served on the US Missouri during the Gulf War.  She has traveled to many Air Force and Army...
Corporate News
Each October, there is no shortage of exposure about the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness. The initiative builds each year gaining more and more exposure.   When it comes to breast cancer, PINK is no longer just a color but a statement that signifies strength, hope...
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"Learning and innovation go hand in hand. The arrogance of success is to think that what you did yesterday will be sufficient for tomorrow." William Pollard, Nuclear Physicist, Episcopal Priest, Committee Founder and Executive Director Oak Ridge Institute of  Nuclear...
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Yes, there is something up our sleeves!  Beekley Medical customers will start seeing their dispensed product arrive in smaller boxes. However, unlike the food industry, we didn't shrink the volume of the product, we shrunk the volume of the protective packing material....
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On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 the world lost one of those people who quietly makes a big impact on your life without you even realizing how big an impact until that person is gone. Although quiet and reserved, John Blumenfeld, affectionately called John Blu here...
Beekley International
Thibault Tailleur, Sales and Technical Manager of MEDITEST, formally accepted the esteemed Beekley Medical Global Partner of the Year Award at the 2017 European Society of Radiotherapy and Oncology Conference (ESTRO) in Vienna, Austria.   The Global Partner of the Year...
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We have a very people-centric culture here at Beekley. We feel that if we take care of our people, they, in turn, will take care of the company and our customers. If people love what they do, love where they do it, and feel they are adding value - then they are...
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Genius.   The word genius is typically described as a person who is exceptionally intelligent or creative.  It's hard to describe Beekley Medical's R&D Manager Mark Broyles without using that word.  Just ask his colleagues: "There are so many levels of genius when...
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To drink or not to drink? That is the question radiologists have been struggling with when it comes to positive oral contrast. To the patient it may seem like an arbitrary question but there are real consequences to not using an oral contrast agent to opacify the...
Corporate News
Each October, there is no shortage of exposure about the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness. The initiative builds each year gaining more and more exposure.   When it comes to breast cancer, PINK is no longer just a color but a statement that signifies strength, hope...
Corporate News
"Learning and innovation go hand in hand. The arrogance of success is to think that what you did yesterday will be sufficient for tomorrow." William Pollard, Nuclear Physicist, Episcopal Priest, Committee Founder and Executive Director Oak Ridge Institute of  Nuclear...
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When it comes to communicating the location of a palpable mass, point of pain, or even a thoracic level in MRI, most radiologists and technologists use a skin marker.  “Skin markers serve an important purpose: marking the anatomy so the doctors can see where there is a...
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Nearly half of all breast imaging facilities undergoing their annual MQSA inspections were found to have at least one or more deficiencies related to the Enhancing Quality Using the Inspection Program (EQUIP)in the first six months after its launch. According to the...
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The first day of Fall is tagged as Falls Prevention Awareness Day by the National Council of Aging.   Almost every long-term care resident is at the risk of falling. The risk factor of the individual may include their physical limitations, polypharmacy, mental health,...
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Yes, there is something up our sleeves!  Beekley Medical customers will start seeing their dispensed product arrive in smaller boxes. However, unlike the food industry, we didn't shrink the volume of the product, we shrunk the volume of the protective packing material....
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  One of the most frequently asked questions of our Radiation Oncology team is what are others doing when it comes to permanent vs temporary marks in treatment set-ups. The answer is "It depends." Both methods have their pros and cons and in the end it may come down to...
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Breast Biopsies can be very stressful for patients. Although it is a minor procedure, it is a major event to the patient. Many patients are mothers or grandmothers and worry about their family’s fate if a cancer is detected.  In their April 10, 2017 issue, Worldviews on...
Beekley International
Thibault Tailleur, Sales and Technical Manager of MEDITEST, formally accepted the esteemed Beekley Medical Global Partner of the Year Award at the 2017 European Society of Radiotherapy and Oncology Conference (ESTRO) in Vienna, Austria.   The Global Partner of the Year...
Beekley International
Jon Dunski, President of UltraRay Group (Oakville, Ontario, Canada),  was formally recognized at the 2016 RSNA meeting in Chicago as Beekley Medical's Global Partner of the Year for results shown in 2015. The Global Partner of the Year is awarded to the distribution...
Beekley International
We had the distinct honor of welcoming Dr. Timothy Mutala recently at our headquarters. Dr. Mutala is a Radiologist at Nairobi University and owner of Sahihi Medical Solutions in Kenya. Dr. Mutala met with several senior leaders, toured the manufacturing and shipping...
Beekley International
Case Study: How Partnership with Beekley Medical Helps Canadian Distributor Drive Client Satisfaction In the summer of 2014, Jon Dunski, President of UltraRay Medical, joined Beekley Medical as the exclusive distributor in Canada (with the exception of Nova Scotia,...
Beekley International
Beekley Medical is exhibiting at MEDICA for the first time and we are excited to launch TomoSpots, skin markers for 3D Breast Tomosynthesis. Tested and proven for 3D breast tomosynthesis, TomoSPOT™ skin markers provide clear visualization with the least potential for...
Beekley International
Beekley Medical will have a presence at (DEGRO) for the first time July 3-6. We'll be teaming up with our 2012 partner of the year, MPB Scherer, based out of Austria to provide application training and hands on product reviews. This will be the 20th annual meeting of...
Beekley International
Beekley Medical attended our first ever tradeshow outside of the U.S. by exhibiting at the 33rd ESTRO held in Vienna, Austria from April 4th to the 7th. It was great to be in attendance with some of the world's best thought leaders and innovators in the Radiotherapy and...
Corporate News
Each October, there is no shortage of exposure about the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness. The initiative builds each year gaining more and more exposure.   When it comes to breast cancer, PINK is no longer just a color but a statement that signifies strength, hope...
Featured Content
While fighting for their lives, many women in active treatment for breast cancer lose their livelihoods - experiencing a loss of income that often leads to catastrophic financial losses and the need to rebuild their financial health according to Molly MacDonald, founder...
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The first day of Fall is tagged as Falls Prevention Awareness Day by the National Council of Aging.   Almost every long-term care resident is at the risk of falling. The risk factor of the individual may include their physical limitations, polypharmacy, mental health,...
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  One of the most frequently asked questions of our Radiation Oncology team is what are others doing when it comes to permanent vs temporary marks in treatment set-ups. The answer is "It depends." Both methods have their pros and cons and in the end it may come down to...
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At Beekley, it’s not uncommon for us to come across inspiring stories about patients and physicians fighting cancer. Sometimes they’re so inspiring that we have to share them. Meet Dr. Krystyna Kiel, a radiation oncologist who retired from Rush University Medical Center...
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One of the most common nightmares people have is falling. According to dreamdictionary.com, this dream of falling usually translates into the fact we are losing control over a situation. As people age, the nightmare of falling becomes a reality  Sometimes the fear of...
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Transthoracic needle biopsy (TTNB) is integral in the diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer.  TTNB is usually performed under CT image guidance by a radiologist as it is less invasive than most surgical alternatives. While TTNB plays a crucial role in diagnosis of lung...
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Treatments, regular testing, coping with symptoms of the disease, and side effects from medication can drain cancer patients both physically and emotionally. Radiation oncology providers are keenly aware of this and strive to help reduce the stress, anxiety, and...
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I believe that everything happens for a reason. 2016 was an especially trying year for me, culminating in my being diagnosed with breast cancer. When I first started working at Beekley Corporation, I couldn't understand how I could be so lucky to end up at such an...
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To drink or not to drink? That is the question radiologists have been struggling with when it comes to positive oral contrast. To the patient it may seem like an arbitrary question but there are real consequences to not using an oral contrast agent to opacify the...
Featured Content
When it comes to communicating the location of a palpable mass, point of pain, or even a thoracic level in MRI, most radiologists and technologists use a skin marker.  “Skin markers serve an important purpose: marking the anatomy so the doctors can see where there is a...
Corporate News
Yes, there is something up our sleeves!  Beekley Medical customers will start seeing their dispensed product arrive in smaller boxes. However, unlike the food industry, we didn't shrink the volume of the product, we shrunk the volume of the protective packing material....
Featured Content
Breast Biopsies can be very stressful for patients. Although it is a minor procedure, it is a major event to the patient. Many patients are mothers or grandmothers and worry about their family’s fate if a cancer is detected.  In their April 10, 2017 issue, Worldviews on...
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MQSA’s Enhancing Quality Using the Inspection Program (EQUIP) initiative prepares breast imaging facilities to address image quality on a continual basis and hold the lead interpreting physician and/or interpreting physician as the person ultimately responsible for the...
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There are multiple cases in the medical-legal literature where wrong site T-spine surgeries have been performed or aborted after it was discovered that the wrong level had been identified. Establishing the proper level on an MRI thoracic spine study is difficult as...
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“We want that body contour to be as accurate as possible. That is what we have to plan through to get to our target – the patient's cancer.” Beth Kelly, Dosimetrist and Chief Therapist, Nash General Hospital, Rocky Mount, NC Accuracy Is Key In Radiation Therapy Optimal...
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Two recent events reminded us that despite the advances of technology, old challenges remain current challenges in breast health, particularly when it comes to localizing breast lesions for surgical excision. Both events involved the movement or migration of the guide...
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Treatments, regular testing, coping with symptoms of the disease, and side effects from medication can drain cancer patients both physically and emotionally. Radiation oncology providers are keenly aware of this and strive to help reduce the stress, anxiety, and...