Major Medical/Hospital Equipment Webcast Auction on October 15, 2013

Major Medical/Hospital Equipment Webcast Auction on October 15, 2013

<0> Ettin GroupRoss A. Ettin, 847-656-1234 </0>

announces that hospital equipment and fixtures will be the subject of a significant webcast auction on October 15, 2013 related to the bankruptcy of Sacred Heart Hospital, a 119-bed acute care hospital located in Chicago, IL. The closure of this facility presents a special opportunity for bidders to acquire a wide variety of medical equipment in very good to excellent condition. The majority of the items offered are less than 36 months old.

Among the noteworthy lots are:

This webcast auction will commence at 9:00 AM Central Time. It will continue until all lots are sold. Assets are located at 3240 W. Franklin St., Chicago, IL. Additional information including asset list, descriptions, and bidder registration details can be found in the section of the Ettin Group website.

Ettin Group also announces an online auction October 28 to 30th featuring all the top of the line equipment from a state of the art Surgical Center. Also included in the complete liquidation of this center are limited edition works from renowned Australian panoramic photographer which will be of great interest to serious collectors. Information on this event including the catalog is in the section of the Ettin Group website

Ettin Group helps companies deal with a wide range of distressed situations or unrealized opportunities. Expert turnaround advice, ready access to capital and asset value recovery services enable clients to renew their businesses and recover value locked in their assets. In addition to providing expertise in appraisal, valuation, auction services and asset-based lending, Ettin Group is an active buyer and seller of surplus equipment both nationally and internationally. The company is headquartered at 450 Skokie Blvd., Suite 600, Northbrook, IL 60062. Phone (847) 656-1234.

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