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Planned Preventative Maintenance or PPM as is commonly known as “backup” of all the medical gas systems located at any given site, ranging from outlets that serve the gases to wards, theatres, A&E departments etc, to the industrial plant equipment that produce compressed air and vacuum. Appropriate PPM procedures are applied to MGPS to secure continuity of patient safety and are intended to be applicable to all MGPS, whether new or existing installation, irrespective of whether or not the systems comply with the recommendations of all the latest HTM's & BCGA CP's. A standard maintenance contract will provide pre arranged visits to test the performance of the entire system; any failing elements will be highlighted and repaired or replaced.

The most important need our clients have is to be confident that in the event of break down their “maintenance” company will provide 100% back up, we at Medicare understand this and have included in the standard PPM contract 365 days a year 24 hour cover, any time any day we will be there to take control rectify any faults and deal with all situations.

The comprehensive services we provide for piped medical gases systems are tailored to suit the clients requirements with various options of cover ranging from basic maintenance to full cover including acting as authorised person or AP in the absence or the hospitals own AP due to sickness or holidays.

Medicare Services have a proven track record covering twenty years, giving our customers the confidence that if any MGPS system fails we have the knowledge and ability to rectify the fault.


EXAMINE To make a careful and critical scrutiny of an item with out dismantling, by using the senses of sight, hearing, smell and touch, to verify that the plant or equipment is in working order.

TEST To operate the plant or equipment and/or use the appropriate testing instruments to ensure that plant or equipment is functioning correctly.

CHECK To make a thorough inspection for damage, wear or deterioration and to ascertain that the plant or equipment is correctly adjusted to conform to the required standard.