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BMET

Biomedical Engineering Technologist.
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Spokane Community College was picked because of its biomedical equipment technician program, one of only 10 in the United States, and its record of placing its graduates in jobs and working with local employers.
A licensed biomedical equipment technician or testing firm will inspect, test and attach appropriate labeling to all medical equipment before it is placed in service on Nort hwest Ohio Psychiatric Hospital grounds and thereafter on a semi-annual basis in April and October of each calendar year.
When they have added the necessary experience to their college education and training, CSTCC graduates are eligible to take the exam for certified biomedical equipment technician, certified laboratory.
Those preparing for the Certified Biomedical Equipment Technician exam can take a two-day evaluation and review course on June 26 and 27 to gain a better understanding of basic principles and identify areas in which further review is needed.
The GE Foundation focus on maternal and infant health includes initiatives in biomedical equipment technician training, anesthesia training for nurses, safe water solutions in health facilities, and oxygen delivery in low resource settings.
From sterilizers and patient monitors to EKG machines and exam tables this would be a great opportunity for a biomedical equipment technician or someone looking to expand into this area.
The 2008 list includes four such careers: Biomedical Equipment Technician, Firefighter, Hairstylist/Cosmetologist, and Locksmith/Security System Technician.
A licensed biomedical equipment technician or testing firm will inspect, test and attach appropriate labeling to all medical equipment before it is placed in service on No11hwest Ohio Psychiatric Hospital grounds and thereafter on a semi-annual basis in April and October of each calendar year.
He is also a certified biomedical equipment technician, earning certification from the International Certification Commission in 1993, and has worked in the biomedical equipment service and management field for more than 10 years.
The GE Foundation, in collaboration with the Developing World Healthcare Technology Laboratory at Duke University and Engineering World Health, is developing a new Biomedical Equipment Technician Training (BMET) project in Nigeria to address a major need for locally qualified medical technicians to repair and service biomedical equipment.
He is a certified biomedical equipment technician and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.
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