JTECH Medical will be closed on Monday February 16th

JTECH Medical will be closed Monday February 15th, 2015 for the Presidents day holiday

Although we will be closed, products available for purchase online (like Commander Echo) can still be purchased through the online links and store.jtechmedical.com. Answers to support related questions may be found on our Free Self Help Support Site. Urgent technical support can be obtained by calling the after hours support line. Normal business hours will resume on Tuesday, February 16th, 2015.

Client List - Educational Institutions

JTECH has over 10,000 customers and has been in business for over 27 years now. We have some impressive facilities who own our equipment. Here are just a few of them. 



Educational Institutions

Creighton University, NE
Des Moines University, IA
Eastern Washington University, WA
Elon University, NC
Hardin Simmons University, TX
Idaho State University, ID
Indiana State University, IN
Johns Hopkins Hospital, MD
Life University Wellness Center, GA
Medical College of Georgia, GA
Miami University, OH
Middle Tennessee State University, TN
Missouri State University, MO
Neumann College / PT Program, PA
New York Chiropractic College, NY
Ohio State University, OH
Palmer College, CA
Parker College of Chiropractic, TX
Stanford University School of Medicine Division of Pain Management, CA
Texas Chiropractic College, TX
The University of Iowa, IA
Thomas Jefferson University, PA
University of Connecticut, CT
University of Florida, FL
University of Hartford, CT
University of Maine, ME
University of Southern California, CA
University of Tennessee, TN
University of Utah, UT
Washington University School of Medicine, MO
Western States Chiropractic College, OR
Cardiff University, UK 
College of Oriental Medicine, Korea
Dongnam Health Sciences College, Korea
McMaster University, ON Canada
National University Hospital, Singapore
Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia
University of Western Sydney, Australia 



Other Facilities and Organizations

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