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Aaron W. Frye

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Doctors Depot Inc

HQ Phone:  (561) 427-6770

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Doctors Depot Inc

1516 Cypress Dr. Suite #1

Jupiter, Florida,33469

United States

Company Description

Doctors Depot specializes in the high quality refurbishing of medical equipment. Each technician has completed training at Datascope, Datex-Ohmeda, and North American Drager and has an average of 15 years experience as a field technician. Doctors Depot has...more

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Corporate Profile: Doctors Depot - Medical Dealer - Buy and Sell New and Used Medical Equipment

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Frye began offering a depot repair service so his customers could avoid paying the flat rate from the manufacturer for simple repairs.
He troubleshoots over the phone, and the customer decides whether to send the equipment in or have Doctors Depot send the parts for the repair. Frye says, the trend has been buying new anesthesia machines because GE has discontinued parts and service of its older models. Several "consumable" parts on the older models need to be replaced often, but GE has discontinued them and supplies have run out. A result, customers are being forced to replace their existing equipment. But what many don't realize, Frye reveals, is that Doctors Depot stocks refurbished versions of the most current models, at a price point that is much lower than buying brand new. "Specializing in anesthesia machines, we're positioned perfectly for the change in the market," Frye says. "We sell the newest models that are still supported by the manufacturer. You cannot tell the difference between a new machine and one of our refurbished machines, and I can typically save my customers 50 percent on most machines." "One of the advantages Doctors Depot has over our competitors is our specialization," Frye explains. "We are extremely specific and specialized to anesthesia machines and monitors and OR related equipment. Our narrow specialization keeps our overhead at a minimum, which enables us to beat anybody's price without cutting any corners, and without cutting any quality. These techs see the same narrow spectrum of equipment day in and day out, so they're truly experts on it." For every piece of equipment Doctors' Depot refurbishes, the company has a technician certified by the OEM to work on that equipment," Frye says. "Our refurbishing process is the most extensive process that can be done. We don't cut any corners. Doctors Depot refinishes all the metal on the machines, as well as anything that doesn't look new, and performs the necessary repairs to ensure the machine is running like new. Then, Doctors Depot techs repaint the machines to OEM specifications. "I've put one of our machines next to a brand new machine, and you cannot tell the difference," Frye says. Neither can his customers. In fact, customer satisfaction is Doctors Depot's top priority. According to Doctors Depot President Aaron Frye, if you don't treat each customer as if they're your only client, then they will seek business elsewhere. The son of Eastern Anesthesia Service, Inc. (EAS) founder William Frye, Aaron Frye learned at a young age the ins and outs of the refurbished medical equipment market. "I worked with EAS for about five years before starting [my own business]," Frye says. "As new products are introduced to the market, our techs complete training schools for that equipment," Frye says. Not only does this ascertain that the products Doctors Depot sells are top-notch, it also serves as the ultimate model of quality assurance for customers. However, what makes Doctors Depot truly unique, Frye says, is his level of personal involvement with his company. Unlike corporations in which the top executives remain relatively hands-off, Frye maintains a hands-on approach. "I personally supervise the refurbishing process of every piece of equipment that goes out our doors," Frye reveals. "I believe that this is important because no one cares more about the quality of the product than the owner of the business. In fact, as further testament to his commitment to customer satisfaction, Frye only sells equipment that receives his seal of approval. "If customers are not completely satisfied with a product, we will exchange it or refund their money with no questions asked or hassles," Frye says. In the last few years, as hospital budgets have tightened and refurbished has become a more mainstream option, the question has become not whether to go refurbished, but what to look for when you do. "Before the recession, there was a negative connotation associated with refurbished equipment, and some people still feel that way, probably because they purchased from the wrong dealers. As far as anesthesia machines go, there are a handful of us that really sell quality equipment. Now, customers are learning what to look for in a refurbisher, and Doctors Depot fits the bill. "If you're not buying quality refurbished equipment, then you're not saving money in the long run," Frye explains. Below, he shares some advice to ensure a sound purchase when going refurbished. Frye anticipates positive changes on the horizon for his company. "Our plans for the future of Doctors Depot are very exciting," he says. "Doctors Depot equipment is available used at a fraction of the price," Frye says. "A common misconception when purchasing a refurbished anesthesia machine or monitor is that the equipment is dated," Frye explains. Prescribing to the old adage "If you're not always growing, you're falling behind," Frye strives to constantly propel his company forward.


Company Showcase: Doctors Depot | OR Today

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Doctors Depot Founder and President Aaron Frye says he began offering a depot repair service so his customers could avoid paying the flat rate from the manufacturer for simple repairs.
He troubleshoots over the phone, and the customer decides whether to send the equipment in or have Doctors Depot send the parts for the repair. Plus, both new and used parts provided through the depot repair service come with a one-year warranty. Doctors Depot's repair business is largely an extension of its refurbished equipment business. The company has been in business for more than a decade, and along with all the repeat business, Doctors Depot has caught the attention of several large health systems and doctor's offices across the nation. Customers are being forced to replace their existing equipment, but what many don't realize, Frye reveals, is that Doctors Depot stocks refurbished versions of the most current models, at a price point that is much lower than buying brand new. "We sell the newest models that are still supported by the manufacturer," Frye says. "You cannot tell the difference between a new machine and one of our refurbished machines, and I can typically save my customers 50 percent on most machines." "One of the advantages Doctors Depot has over our competitors is our specialization," Frye explains. "We are extremely specific and specialized to anesthesia machines and patient monitors. Our narrow specialization keeps our overhead at a minimum, which enables us to beat anybody's price without cutting any corners, and most important, quality. Our techs see the same narrow spectrum of equipment day in and day out, so they're truly experts on it." "For every piece of equipment Doctors Depot refurbishes, the company has a technician certified by the OEM to work on that equipment," Frye says. "I've put one of our machines next to a brand new machine, and you cannot tell the difference," Frye says. The son of Eastern Anesthesia Service Inc. (EAS) founder William Frye, Aaron Frye learned at a young age the ins and outs of the refurbished medical equipment market. "Being a field tech for EAS, I saw a need for high-quality refurbished equipment that could compliment EAS' service," Frye says. "I worked with EAS for about five years before starting [my own business]." By establishing a company that addressed the other side of the anesthesia market - selling refurbished equipment - Frye could better meet the needs of customers. "As new products are introduced to the market, our techs complete training schools for that equipment," Frye says. Not only does this ascertain that the products Doctors Depot sells are top-notch, it also serves as the ultimate model of quality assurance for customers. However, what makes Doctors Depot truly unique, Frye says, is his level of personal involvement with his company. Unlike corporations in which the top executives remain relatively hands-off of the equipment, Frye completes most of the technical procedures himself and maintains a hands-on approach.


Doctors Depot - Contact Us

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Aaron W. Frye
President 638 North US Hwy One, Ste 171 Jupiter, FL 33469 Office (800) 979-4993 Local (561) 427-6770


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Why? According to Doctors Depot President Aaron Frye, if you don’t treat each customer as if they’re your only client, then they will seek business elsewhere.
Successful Business Practices To say that Frye came unto this business naturally would be a vast understatement. The son of Eastern Anesthesia Service, Inc. (EAS) founder William Frye, Aaron Frye learned at a young age the inns and outs of the refurbished medical-equipment market. Fortunately, Frye was able to incorporate what he learned from his father’s business into his own company â€" a fact that has served him extremely well. “I worked with EAS for about five years before starting [my own business],†Frye reveals. “Being a field tech for EAS, I saw a need for high-quality refurbished equipment that could compliment EAS’ service.†Enter: Doctors Depot. By establishing a company that addressed the other side of the anesthesia market â€" selling the refurbished equipment â€" Frye could better meet the needs of customers. Today, Doctors Depot and EAS enjoy a mutually beneficial partnership, which is built upon providing high-quality products and ensuring customers receive top-notch service. “Together,†Frye says, “Doctors Depot and EAS provide a complete sales and service team for all of [customers’] anesthesia equipment needs.†According to Frye, Doctors Depot focuses on supplying the highest-caliber refurbished or remanufactured anesthesia equipment from the following three manufacturers: Datascope, Datex-Ohmeda and North American Drager. Also, to ensure that quality is always impeccable, Doctors Depot’s highly skilled technicians complete all of the company’s remanufacturing or refurbishing in-house. Plus, each technician has undergone training at Datascope, Datex-Ohmeda and North American Drager and boasts an average of 15 years of experience as a field technician. But that’s not all, Frye remarks. “Each tech also participates in all aspects of the business,†he says. “Whether it’s refurbishing an anesthesia machine or packing a monitor for shipping, our equipment never leaves a trained technician’s hands. [Also,] as new products are introduced to the market, our techs complete training schools for that equipment.†Not only does this ascertain that the products Doctors Depot sells are top-notch, it also serves as the ultimate model of quality assurance for customers. However, what makes Doctors Depot truly unique, Frye says, is his level of personal involvement with his company. Unlike corporations in which the top executives remain relatively hands-off, Frye maintains a hands-on approach. “I personally supervise the refurbishing process of every piece of equipment that goes out our doors,†Frye reveals. “I believe that this is important because no one cares more about the quality of the product than the owner of the business.†In fact, as further testament to his commitment to customer satisfaction, Frye only sells equipment that receives his seal of approval. Fortunately, Frye explains, the bias surrounding third-party providers is rapidly subsiding. “It’s our opinion that these buying groups have become more comfortable with purchasing refurbished equipment from the top-quality dealers,†he asserts. After all, in an economy where the phrase “due more with less†is constantly echoing in hospital administrations’ ears, it’s no surprise that the third-party option is becoming more attractive. And it’s not surprising that Doctors Depot is reaping the benefits of this economic situation. “This year, Doctors Depot is on track for its fourth straight year of increased year-over-year sales,†Frye reveals. “With the challenges of our economic downturn, it’s very exciting for us to see this increase in sales. I believe that our product is really catching on across the county.†In addition, he says, “Our customer base has grown substantially and, in turn, is increasing our repeat sales and referral business.†Frye also anticipates positive changes on the horizon for his company. “Our plans for the future of Doctors Depot are very exciting,†he asserts. “As our sales grow, so do our ideas.†Although his company currently specializes in anesthesia machines and patient monitors from a selected group of manufacturers, Doctors Depot has plans to expand. In fact, Frye says, he aspires to “add a few specific products to our sales and services in the coming years.†In other words, stay tuned. However, innovation is nothing new for Doctors Depot. “We’re always looking for new ideas that will compliment our current business,†Frye points out. Prescribing to the old adage “If you’re not always growing, you’re falling behind,†Frye strives to constantly propel his company forward. “With that being said, our No.1 promise is to continue to build relationships with our customers,†he remarks.


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Since June of 2009, sales have increased dramatically," says Aaron Frye, owner Doctors Depot, Inc.
Frye describes the refurbishment process as follows: "For an anesthesia machine, we completely disassemble the machine and repaint it. Anything that isn't perfect is replaced, whether it's a decal, pieces of plexi glass... so that everything looks and functions like new," he says. "There isn't a whole lot we can do because it's a life support piece of equipment," says Frye. Aaron Frye, Doctors Depot, Inc., FL DOTmed 100


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