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Save the date: Biomedical Engineering Technology Open House Feb. 19

Faculty and student featured for Biomedical Engineering Technology Open House

Biomedical Engineering Technology Open House flierExplore the world of medical technology and learn how to increase your technical skills as a Biomedical Engineering Technician.

This profession, a bridge between healthcare and technology, is your opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life. The amount of healthcare facilities and medical device manufacturers in Florida provides great opportunities to enter a growing career path.

Find out more about this program! Attend the Biomedical Engineering Technology Open House on February 19 from 4:30 – 6 p.m. at the Tarpon Springs Campus, in the BB building, Room 121. A biomedical engineering technology instructor will be available to answer any questions you have. RSVP today!

Meet faculty and learn more about this exciting career!

Join us at this event to:

  • Explore a career in medical technology
  • Learn about local and national job opportunities
  • Learn about program expectations and the courses offered
  • Learn about bachelor’s degree opportunities
  • Speak directly to faculty
  • Tour the current lab
RSVP today online and reserve your seat at the Biomedical Engineering Technology Open House!

Don’t miss your chance to start a new career learning to troubleshoot and repair medical devices.

The skills you learn at SPC prepare you to maintain and repair “smart” medical devices such as defibrillators, electrocardiographs, IV pumps, ICU bedside monitors and ventilators.

For more information on the Biomedical Engineering Technology A.S. degree, please contact Lara Sharp at sharp.lara@spcollege.edu or 727-398-8256 or Dr. Brian Bell at bell.brian@spcollege.edu.

Biomedical Engineering Technology Open House on July 11

biomedical engineering technology

Biomedical Engineering Technology Open HouseAre you interested in exploring medical technology and increasing  your technical skills?

Consider a career in Biomedical Engineering Technology. This profession, a bridge between healthcare and technology, is your opportunity to truly make a difference in someone’s life. Florida’s prevalence of healthcare facilities and medical device manufacturers offers a great opportunity to enter a growing career path.

The Biomedical Engineering Technology Lab is now at Tarpon Springs and will be open to interested students July 11!

In order to learn more about this program, attend the Biomedical Engineering Technology Open House on July 11 from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. at the Tarpon Springs Campus, located in the BB building, Room 121. A biomedical engineering technology instructor will be available to answer any questions you have.

RSVP today online and reserve your seat!

Students learn how to repair medical devices such as infant incubators, x-ray equipment, medical lighting, anesthesia machines, medical beds, patient monitors, medical scanners and more.

Anesthesia UnitStudent work on optical equipment

Finally, do not miss your chance to start an exciting new career learning to troubleshoot and repair medical devices!

For more information on the Biomedical Engineering Technology A.S. degree, please contact Lara Sharp at Sharp.lara@spcollege.edu or 727-398-8256 or Dr. Brian Bell at bell.brian@spcollege.edu.

 

New Biomedical Engineering Technology Advisory Board Chair

Biomedical Engineering Technology Advisory Board Chair Justin Bushko
Justin Bushko

Justin Bushko has volunteered to serve as the biomedical engineering technology advisory board chair. The program is excited to have someone with such extensive experience leading advisory board and helping shape the future of the program!

  • Justin has 15 years of experience in the development, manufacturing and service ofMedical Devices.
  • He has led multiple teams to design or sustain over 100 products.
  • Justin holds various certifications, such as: Project Management Professional (PMP), ASQ Software Quality Engineer, Six Sigma Black Belt, Design for Six Sigma, Lean Design, Kaizen and Root Cause Analysis.
  • As Program/Project Manager, he has led all aspects of product development and provided expertise within Risk Management, Industrial Design, Human Factors & Usability and Electrical Product Safety.
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Brian Bell

Please contact Brian Bell with any questions you may have, let us know if you are interested in:

  • Getting your A.S degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology
  • Providing students with work experience
  • Being a guest lecturer
  • Equipment Donations
  • Joining our advisory board

Brian Bell, Ph.D.
Biomedical Engineering Technology
St. Petersburg College
(727)791-2401
Bell.Brian@spcollege.edu

Biomedical Engineering Technology at SPC

This degree offers an integrated education experience designed to help students get a career with a healthcare institution, medical device manufacturer or service company, or even with an international organization dedicated to improving health care in third-world and developing countries.

Through SPC’s Biomedical Engineering Technology A.S Degree, you can:

  • Complete an internship, giving you valuable experience
  • Gain hands-on practice working with medical devices
  • Interact with industry professionals
  • Prepare for the following nationally-recognized industry certifications:
    • CBET (Certified Biomedical Equipment Technician)
    • CAPM (Certified Associate in Project Management)
    • CompTIA A+ (Computing Technology Industry Association certification for service technicians)

Explore medical technology and increase your technical skills as a biomedical engineering technician.