The demand for biomedical equipment technicians continues to grow, especially for those who can repair, maintain, and manage high-end medical technologies. Such technologies include: anesthesia machines, mechanical ventilators, surgical robots and lasers, hemodialysis machines, clinical chemistry analyzers, and radiographic and non-radiographic diagnostic imaging equipment just to name a few.
The Healthcare Technology Management program at MCC can train you for a rewarding and life-long career in servicing and maintaining biomedical technology systems and equipment, both general and advance in design. Some of the many employment avenues include hospitals, clinics, home medical equipment companies, dialysis centers, independent medical equipment service providers, and medical equipment manufacturers.
This spring, MCC will be offering an introductory, 1 credit-hour course (HTM 100) which will provide insight into this unique and growing profession. The course will meet on Thursdays from 9:30 am to 10:45 am on the North (main) Campus of MCC in room 137 of the Brown Badgett, Sr. Energy and Advanced Technology Center.
This course is the first of several that comprise KCTCS's Healthcare Technology Management program that prepares students to become biomedical equipment technicians. The program is the only one of its type in Kentucky and is a perfect fit for both males and females who would like to work in healthcare but prefer not to have direct contact with patients.
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