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What kind of companies are the best places for biomedical engineers to work in?

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I'm a senior in high school and interested in Biomedical Engineering. I am also very interested in following a guideline to becoming a seasoned and well respected Biomedical Engineer.

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Think Of all the hospitals in your area or the US if your willing to travel. Each hospital can have as few as 4 Biomeds or big hospitals might have 10 or more with some being working managers or lead Biomeds. There are Companies out there providing service small and large ( GE, Aramark, Phillips ) etc but the best place too start and gain experience will be a hospital

the answer lies within you how successful you are .... a biomedical engineer is a person who repairs medical Equipment. Very sick people and nurses depend on you to do a good job, be detail oriented, have integrity even when no one is watching.

There are plenty of bad biomeds in hospitals but if you can be passionate about repair and maintenance of much needed equipment instead of counting the minutes till lunch and be depended on to do a good job correctly then you will move up in this field eventually. There is lots of equipment to cover and they are always looking for good men to send to school on specialty areas like Dialysis,radiology, surgical equipment ... hope this helps

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In pakistan Biomedical engineers works both in hospitals and in medical firms including Multinational companies and Distributors. Biomedical Engineer works in medical companies as a Sales or Service Engineers. As a Service Engineer Biomedical Engineer responsible for Installations of new medical devices, Inspection (pre and post installations), Troubleshooting, Maintenance (Planned preventive maintenance, Corrective Maintenance), Calibrations and also give training to users.

Biomedical Engineer can work in different companies like Siemens, Philips, Mediso Medical Imaging, Fresenius Medical Care, GE, Leica Biosystems etc. Biomedical Engineer should have strong knowledge of electronics and applications of medical equipment.

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The best way to get an answer to this question is to contact a biomedical engineer and ask the question in person. A good way to do this is to locate the local professional association to which biomedical engineers belong in your area to phone the local contact person for an in person conversation and possibly arrange to attend a meeting, so that you can meet professionals and get to know them and their area more fully. Here is a link that will allow you to locate your local professional association to which pathologists belong in your area: ##

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In hospitals as start for the engineers to get experience that make him ready for design and manufacturing wing of the health-care industry.

I am new engineer, so that i currently work in a hospitals.

I hope that to get a grant to complete my studies.

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In pakistan Biomedical engineers works both in hospitals and in medical firms including Multinational companies and Distributors. Biomedical Engineer works in medical companies as a Sales or Service Engineers. As a Service Engineer Biomedical Engineer responsible for Installations of new medical devices, Inspection (pre and post installations), Troubleshooting, Maintenance (Planned preventive maintenance, Corrective Maintenance), Calibrations and also give training to users.

Biomedical Engineer can work in different companies like Siemens, Philips, Mediso Medical Imaging, Fresenius Medical Care, GE, Leica Biosystems etc. Biomedical Engineer should have strong knowledge of electronics and applications of medical equipment.

#biomedical #healthcare #bioengineering #hospital

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In pakistan Biomedical engineers works both in hospitals and in medical firms including Multinational companies and Distributors. Biomedical Engineer works in medical companies as a Sales or Service Engineers. As a Service Engineer Biomedical Engineer responsible for Installations of new medical devices, Inspection (pre and post installations), Troubleshooting, Maintenance (Planned preventive maintenance, Corrective Maintenance), Calibrations and also give training to users.

Biomedical Engineer can work in different companies like Siemens, Philips, Mediso Medical Imaging, Fresenius Medical Care, GE, Leica Biosystems etc. Biomedical Engineer should have strong knowledge of electronics and applications of medical equipment.

#biomedical #healthcare #bioengineering #hospital

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In my perspective, companies such as installing medical devices, working with refurbished medical equipments and providing medical equipments are considered to be the best places for biomedical engineers to work. Such environment allows a biomedical engineer to get a hands on experience.

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<span style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34);"> the scope of a biomedical engineer is the management of current medical equipment within hospitals while adhering to relevant industry standards. This involves equipment recommendations, procurement, routine testing and preventative maintenance, through to decommissioning and disposal. This role is also known as a </span>Biomedical Equipment Technician (BMET)<span style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34);"> or </span>Clinical Engineer<span style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34);">.</span>


think Of all the hospitals in your area or the US if your willing to travel. Each hospital can have as few as 4 Biomeds or big hospitals might have 10 or more with some being working managers or lead Biomeds. There are often openings at the bottom ( which is where you will start ) it’s the higher up positions ( specialty Equipment or management) that’s going to get competitive.

the answer lies within you .... biomedical engineer is a person who repairs medical Equipment. Very sick people and nurses depend on you to do a good job, be detail oriented, have integrity even when no one is watching.

So think of any company manufacturing a medical device and you will realize how big the scope of Biomed Goes. if you can be passionate about repair and maintenance of much needed equipment instead of counting the minutes till lunch and be depended on to do a good job correctly then you will move up in this field eventually. There is lots of equipment to cover and they are always looking for good men to send to school on specialty areas like Dialysis,radiology, surgical equipment ... hope this helps

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