I've been with Biomed technologies for almost 12 years. Being the longest employed tech, I have seen our company and our customers grow tremendously. When I started working for Keith I didn't know what Biomed techs did. The company only had three employees and a small office. Keith and the senior techs taught me everything I know and I'm continuing to learn every day.
As the Service Manager at Biomed Technologies, I get to enjoy working closely with everyone on our team. I have been a Biomedical Technician for more than 30 years, and have been a Certified Biomedical Equipment Technician, or CBET, since 2001. I have written articles for the Journal of Clinical Engineering, Biomedical Instrumentation and Technology, and the Philips Bio Tech Digest.
My name is Fernando, I am the newest member of the Biomed Technologies team.
I have been a biomedical technician for 10 years, and everyday has been a new experience. It's been a rewarding career that has challenged me to grow both professionally and personally. I've had to opportunity learn about the many facets of the healthcare industry and meet all the interesting people that make it up.
I am a Certified Biomedical Equipment Technician here at Biomed Technologies. Although a NJ native, I lived in Virginia for 10 years where I received my Associates Degree in Biomedical Equipment Technology.
I have been with the company for four wonderful years and received my Certification two years ago. One would think being the only female technician I would received some sort of special treatment. No such luck.
As the Anesthesia Specialist at Biomed Technologies for the last 4 years, Tony provides preventative maintenance and service on all types of anesthesia delivery systems and gas monitoring equipment used in hospital operating rooms and surgery centers.
Tony is manufacturer trained and certified on Datex-Ohmeda, Drager, Penlon and Mindray anesthesia units and has previously held several positions at Datex-Ohmeda including Field E...
Over the years I have had the pleasure of speaking with many of you over the telephone, but have not had the opportunity to meet you in person. In writing this bio, here is a chance for you to get to know a little more about me.
For the past 13 years I have been the Office Administrator at Biomed Technologies. I am proud to be a part of the company’s success and tremendous growth.
My name is Romeo. I’m one of the newer members to the office. Has it been a year now? Time flies! Even then, I should introduce myself; there are still plenty of facts even my coworkers do not know about me.
One thing jumps to mind: I am always up for a good story. A book. A movie. New hits. Old classics. Time is short, so most of my reading is for work—something technical, something...
I have been working in the Biomedical Industry since I was a teenager. My father trained me on several Hitachi/Roche and Olympus lines of clinical analyzers, and I began my career as a Service Technician in sunny Orlando, Florida. I have always enjoyed tinkering, building and troubleshooting, and this line of work afforded me the opportunity to play detective with temperamental machinery.
I wasn’t going to write a profile because it’s supposed to be about the team, not me. Well, one of my own rules came back to bite me: Never ask a person to do something you are not willing to do yourself.
So, I’ll begin by writing that my name is Keith Kimble. I am the owner of Biomed Technologies and I can’t imagine having a better job. I knew that I wanted to become a Biomedical Technician durin...
My name is Christopher MacTaggart, I am a biomedical engineering student entering my junior year at The College of New Jersey this upcoming fall. The biomedical field is extremely broad, encompassing biological, mechanical, and electrical aspects. As an undecided twenty year old college student, I applied for internships everywhere hoping to get my foot in the door of this ever expanding field. Keith Kimble and Biomed Technolo...