Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Two of the largest hospitals in the UPMC network, Presbyterian & Magee-Women’s, recently standardized on the brand new Mopec Maestro elevating grossing station in their high-throughput core clinical pathology labs. 25 Maestro stations will be placed between these two facilities with plans to go live in the Summer of 2019. The Mopec Maestro is the most customizable grossing station on the market that allows lab staff to safely and efficiently complete a variety of diagnostic and investigative tasks. A premium worksurface, easy-to-use touchscreen controller, wire containment and customizable Ensemble peg board come as standard. Additionally, the advanced Formalin fume detection system is an optional feature that is ideal for laboratories working with large quantities of Formalin.
If you’re interested in designing your very own custom Maestro grossing station, follow the link below and see why the Maestro is quickly becoming the industry standard in pathology labs across the country.