The veterans in Murfreesboro are in good hands with a fellow vet looking out for the medical equipment they depend on. Read more
With no realistic access to OEM service providers, the Mercy Ships organization depends on biomed volunteers to plan an important role on their ships. Read more
The CEAI has achieved a lot in a short time and the future of the profession looks hopeful in the Land of Lincoln. Read more
Bialystok, Poland and Amarillo, Texas are not disconnected for Olszynska. They are both home now. Her journey from Central Europe to the Texas panhandle has enriched her biomed team and brou... Read more
The two-person Natividad Biomedical Engineering Department keeps the facility’s medical equipment managed and functioning. The patients in Monterey County can rest assured that the dedicated... Read more
This very involved dad is multi-talented with kids who have learned how to excel. Read more
By K. Richard Douglas In Orange County, California, innovation and cutting-edge technology in medicine is not only practiced; it’s taught. The University of California Medical Center in Irvi... Read more
By K. Richard Douglas Sometimes the road to a biomed career comes out of necessity. It can also come out of a commitment to doing something good. That was the case with Tri Q. Dang, biomedic... Read more
By K. Richard Douglas The Midwest is often referred to as the breadbasket of America because Midwestern farmers grow a lot of the wheat used to make bread. This is the part of the country th... Read more
By K. Richard Douglas One of the premier health care systems in the Southeast is FirstHealth of the Carolinas, a private, not-for-profit health care network headquartered in Pinehurst, North... Read more
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