Histology and Cytology Products
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For over two decades, Rankin has supplied refurbished anatomic pathology equipment to thousands of university, hospital, research, industrial, commercial and in-office laboratories that perform diagnostic and research analysis.
Rankin provides a comprehensive range of refurbished and new equipment, as well as service, depot repair, parts, installation, training, and service agreements.
Rankin believes in producing only high-quality refurbished equipment and that comes from spending more time and effort on the equipment than other companies in our industry. We call it the Rankin Extreme Makeover. Refurbished equipment from Rankin clearly stands out from the rest of the pack by its unmatched aesthetic quality and functional durability. Either by coincidence or design, we fit Bing’s definition of the name Rankin perfectly, “of the best quality or the highest standard.”
Rankin’s special attention to the needs of our clients and trusted third party service providers has helped our company become reputable in the industry. Our clients are comfortable with their investment with us. We have helped many of them save tens of thousands of dollars, by purchasing equipment at 50 to 80% below new prices.
To support the healthcare and scientific community in the technology of diagnosing cancer and related disease.
To see a world where cancer does not have the final say in the lives of its victims.
By holding the following core values, the soul of our company, we can preserve what has always been special about our company:
Our stakeholders are very important to us and ways that Rankin provides benefit to them are:
Customers – we are client-focused and provide high quality products at low prices
Vendors – we match values to provide growing and profitable partnerships
Employees – we provide educational development and competitive wages and benefits
Environment – we avert tons of used equipment from landfills redeploying them to labs
Rankin Biomedical was chosen as one of the 2014 Michigan 50 Companies to Watch and honored at the 10th Annual Michigan Celebrates Small Business Awards Ceremony at the Breslin Center in East Lansing on May 6, 2014. The emcee was Chris Holman with Michigan Business Network and speakers included Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, Kurt Rankin, Economist with PNC, and others. This award honors second-stage companies that make an impact in their markets, in their communities and in the state.
Sponsored by PNC Bank – Michigan Economic Development Corporation – Accident Fund of Michigan – Michigan Certified Development Corporation – Dynamic Edge
Rob Rankin, MSM, SM(ASCP)
Founder & CEO
Founder of Rankin Biomedical, Mr. Rankin has lead the company from a small start-up company working out of his garage in 1995 to the premier refurbisher of histology and anatomic pathology lab instruments throughout the USA and world. Mr. Rankin is certified by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists as a Specialist in Microbiology and has 20 years experience in Medical Technology. Mr. Rankin has held positions at several organizations including; Quest Diagnostics – serology; Henry Ford Health System – bacteriology, immunology, parasitology, serology, and virology; Pontiac General Hospital – microbiology and mycology; Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital – microbiology; and Oakland Diagnostic Laboratories – microbiology. He earned a Master of Science degree in Management with High Distinction from Walsh College of Accountancy and Business Administration in Troy, MI and a Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology from Michigan State University in East Lansing, MI.
Brent Rankin, BMET
VP Business Development
Mr. Rankin has more than 10 years of experience in the biomedical technology industry. Positions he has held throughout his career at Rankin Biomedical are; Field Service Manager, Purchasing Manager, and Sales Manager. He has played a key role in implementing a range of initiatives in each of these areas including developing a business plan; establishing flow charts, policies, procedures and forms; building customer and vendor relationships; and training and leading sales personnel. Mr Rankin earned an Associate’s degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology (BMET) from Schoolcraft College in May 2003 and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Rochester College in Rochester, MI.