AMX™ 240* powered by Helix

Designed to be the highest resolution pediatric capable mobile X-Ray systems in the industry.

Some of healthcare's most critical points of care occur in complex environments. Like in the ER, where immediacy is essential. Or in the NICU, where temperature is carefully controlled. Situations like these make it difficult to get the important diagnostic insights you need from a fixed radiography room.

Benefits

Listen to your peers

  • GE Healthcare Mobile X-ray: Ukiah Valley AMX 240 Customer Story

  • Whiston Hospital UK | AMX 240 | Upgrade Experience to Mobile X-ray DR Systems from GE Healthcare

  • North Memorial Health Hospital Testimonial

  • Dr. Vo

    AMX 240 Pediatric Imaging Testimonial

  • AMX 240 St. Luke's Bethlehem Testimonial

AMX 240 - Elevating the way you work with quick workflow solutions

Optima XR240amx Portable Digital Xray System
  • AutoGrid

    Equivalent image contrast to a physical grid
  • Critical Care Suite

    Embedded Artificial Intelligence for triaging a critical finding.
  • HIS RIS Link

    On the go exam close out
  • QuickCharge

    Dual detector in-bin charging
  • QuickConnect

    Adaptive wireless connectivity
  • QuickEnhance

    1-touch custom image reprocessing for line placement and more
  • QuickShare

    Hassle free sharing and paring of multiple wireless detectors
  • Secondary Monitor

    Flexible positioning and viewing in critical care areas
  • RFID Badge Access

    Easy swipe RFID badge log-in and log-off capability
  • Critical Care Suite¹

  • QuickEnhance: Point of Care imaging solutions at your fingertips

Data isn’t just about looking backwards. It helps you plan the future.

  • X-Ray Quality Application featuring Repeat Reject Analytics

  • iCenter asset management software platform

Ready when you are

  • X-ray service and support

  • Insite remote connectivity

  • Education

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2. Source: GE Healthcare whitepaper: High resolution for improved visualization. November 2017 Baker et al., 2013 ; Rosso et al., 2002; Kumar et al., 2003 ; Roll et al., 2012