Two Ritter Exam Tables for Sale – Delano, TN – All proceeds to Charity

Two Lightly Used Ritter exam tables are offered for sale. They are both grey.

Grey Ritter 104 Exam Table 1 of 2

The Ritter 104 exam table is a basic examination table ideal for any type of practice. The 104′s versatility is further enhanced with an electrical receptacle, non-skid locking footstep and five large drawers for storage. Numerous accessories like pelvic tilt, stainless steel irrigation pan or knee crutches are available to customize the 104.

Ritter 104 Exam Tables

The steel construction makes the 104 durable for years of service. The top of this Ritter 104 exam table dimensions are: 27″ W x 54″ L (68.6 x 137 cm). The length with foot extension is 72″ (182.9 cm). The height is 32.5″ (82.6 cm). The paper roll holder (hidden) comes in 21″ (53.3 cm).
New, the tables sell for approximately $1500.00 each.

These are available for $750.00 each.

They are located in Delano, Tennessee.
Local pick up only.
The tables had less than three years of use.
They have been stored in a safe, dry space.

Ritter 104 Exam Tables - slightly Used - $750.00 each

All money realized from the sale of these tables, goes to charity, specifically our not-for-profit, non-governmental organization, Medica XXI, www.MedicaXXI.org  to support our Malawi project. We train clinical medical officers, akin to nurse practitioners and physician assistants, within their own countries, or neighboring countries. All funds stay within their countries to contribute to the local economies.

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About Georgia Denman

MHA, University of Iowa, special interest in access to healthcare and International Health. MA+, Temple University, International Relations and Comparative Government; Also American Politics and Public Administration. BA, Drew University, Political Science; minor in Economics.
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