PantherExpress

Physician Sales & Service

The University of Pittsburgh Supplier Management Department is pleased to announce the addition of Physician Sales & Service (PSS) to the “PantherBuy” platform.  As a current University-Wide Contracted Supplier, PSS is already providing competitive pricing and excellent service to the University research and laboratory communities.  The addition of PantherBuy functionality will help this versatile distribution partner provide the University user community with a complete solution for purchasing their products.

Physician Sales and Service is a national distributor of medical supplies, equipment, and pharmaceutical products to end-users including physicians, medical clinics, surgery centers, Veterinarians, home health care, alternate site healthcare locations, research and laboratory facilities.  They carry over 200,000 different medical products representing more than 1,000 major manufacturers.  With their large local distribution center located in Leetsdale, PA, PSS offers the University next day delivery on all in-stock items.

 

Since its inception in 1983, Physician Sales & Service has experienced internal growth and strategic acquisitions which has led them to become a leader in the market segments it serves in the alternate site care marketplace.  PSS strategic advantages include a focused approach to customer service, a consultative sales force, unique arrangements with product manufacturers, innovative systems and a culture of performance.

The University contract with Physician Sales & Service has an Account Executive, Ray DeSanto, assigned to the University account on a permanent basis.  Please feel free to contact Ray directly at rdesanto@pssd.comor on his cell phone at (412) 292-5678.

For additional information regarding PSS products, please visit their website at  http://www.pssd.com/ or call their Customer Service Office in Leetsdale, PA, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00am and 5:00pm EST, at (800) 472-2791. 

 

 

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