Planning a Career in Biomedical Engineering?

April 26, 2006
by Michael Johns, Project Manager
Biomedical engineers are the backbone of smooth equipment operations and the better educated you are, the less downtime a hospital has. To make sure you are ready to handle any task thrown your way, get the right training.

One place to start is the Eduation/Training section in DOTmed's services directory. There are over 30 companies listed so you are likely to find what you need.

Education / Training in our Services Directory

If you would like to know more about a biomedical engineering career, you can also visit the Biomedical Engineering Society(BMES) website.

The Biomedical Engineering Society was incorporated in Illinois in 1968. As stated in the Articles of Incorporation, the purpose of the Society is: "To promote the increase of biomedical engineering knowledge and its utilization."

The Biomedical Engineering Society has a list of 37 accredited Engineering programs and 5 accredited Bio-Engineering Technology programs.

Biomedical Engineering Society

Get started today and you will be ready before you know it.