A Biomedical Equipment Technician, also referred to as a Biomedical Engineering Technician is typically an electro-mechanical technician who ensures that medical equipment is well-maintained, properly configured, and safely functional. In hospital or clinical environments Biomedical Equipment Technicians often work with Clinical Engineers. Biomedical Equipment Technicians install, inspect, maintain, repair, calibrate, modify and design biomedical equipment and support systems to adhere to medical standard guidelines.
Biomedical Equipment Technicians are involved in the total management of healthcare technology beyond repairs and scheduled maintenance; such as, capitol asset planning, project management, budgeting and personnel management, designing interfaces and integrating medical systems, training end-users to utilize medical technology, and evaluating new devices for acquisition
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