What do you love about your career in HTM?

Biomedical Engineers aka HTMs, are a key part of healthcare in all countries. They are the people who install and keep vital medical and healthcare tools and devices running and maintained.

Healthcare Technology Management (HTM) Week, May 14–20, 2023, promotes awareness of—and appreciation for—the critical work of professionals who manage and maintain the vast assortment of health technology found in healthcare delivery organizations.

To celebrate HTM professionals and the AAMI HTM (Healthcare Technology Management) week 2023, we asked six of our USA based community members,
What do you love about your career in HTM?

engineers who work in HTM
Clockwise from top left, Margarita Alvarado, Jeffery Stanley, John Missihoun, Alec Hadley, Nicole Ruffin, John Waller

The positives of a working life in HTM

Margarita Alvarado working in HTM

Margarita Alvarado Imaging Service Engineer for FOBI Medical

Margarita is Imaging Service Engineer for FOBI Medical and is based in Texas.

“I love making a difference everyday by ensuring patient safety.”

Jeffery Stanley working in HTM

Jeffery Stanley Biomedical Engineer IN HTM for CellSolutions

Jeffery works in HTM and is a Biomedical Engineer for CellSolutions and is based in North Carolina.

“Knowing when I work on an instrument that it can help improve an individual’s health and life gives me a great sense of purpose.”

John Missihoun

John Missihoun Field Service Engineer in HTM with Miltenyi Biotec

John is a Field Service Engineer for Miltenyi Biotec and is based in Texas.
“The future impact the equipment I service will have in the healthcare industry is one thing I love about the job.”

Alec Hadley

Alec Hadley Midwest Biomedical Director at ReNew Biomedical Services

Alec is the Midwest Biomedical Director at ReNew Biomedical Services and is based in Illinois.

“Having the ability to complete my role of saving the lives of life saving equipment, allows healthcare professionals to complete their roles of prolonging patients’ lives.”

Nicole Ruffin working in HTM

Nicole Ruffin Biomedical Equipment Technician for Chester County Hospital/Penn Medicine

Nicole works in healthcare and is a Biomedical Equipment Technician for Chester County Hospital/Penn Medicine and is based in Pennsylvania.

“I love that my career is ever changing, and I always have the opportunity to learn something new!”

John Waller working in HTM

John Waller New England Regional Biomedical Services Manager for CME Corp.

John works in HTM and is the New England Regional Biomedical Services Manager for CME Corp. and is based in Connecticut.

“I love that we get to keep patients safe and healthy while also providing the highest quality and service to all the clinical staff that we work with!”

Further reading

More of The Field Engineer’s members and their experience.

Worth Sharing!

Complete the form below to receive our regular newsletters and other important updates
The Field Engineer Newsletter sign-up

Related Articles

Responses

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *