Scott Carson

Visit our site for more information on Scott P Carson.Scott Carson noticed a concern with the means Capital health care devices was dealt. The health care market lacked a one-stop shop for its equipment. The process of sourcing brand-new devices and reselling reconditioned tools was as well convoluted. Carson made U.S. Medical, Inc. to resolve these troubles.<br /><br /><br /><br />Scott P Carson brought U.S. Medical, Inc. from its humble beginnings in his basement office to its current status as a profitable pioneer in the medical equipment sales business. He felt that the selling, reselling, and purchasing aspects of the medical industry were too complicated for buyers, and aimed to create a one-stop shop of sorts.<br /><br />Capital medical equipment is a very fragmented industry. There is no Home Depot in this industry. That’s what we’re doing. We want to ‘Home Depotize’ the medical equipment industry,” Scott P Carson said.Scott Carson and his business partner Doug Roesener created US Medical, Inc., from the ground up – literally – when they started the company in a home basement in 1996. Scott Patrick Carson noticed a missed opportunity in the medical equipment resale business. U.S. Medical, Inc. was designed to sell new and reconditioned medical equipment. The market responded, and U.S. Medical, Inc. grew from a five-employee business with no appreciable capitalization to topping $1 million in sales within its first six months.