Vincennes IN, [March 15th, 2017] - Trisonics territory manager Tim Williams and customer relations manager Andrew Head had the honor of presenting the BMET program at Vincennes University with a donation of an Acuson Sequoia Ultrasound system. Trisonics is happy to support a program designed to advance the biomedical field. The system will be an asset in continuing enrichment of the students enrolled in the program.
The Biomedical Equipment Technician (BMET) program at Vincennes University is a two-year Associate of Science degree that includes technical and general education classes. The hands-on curriculum is engaging and career-oriented. Students in this program can expect to earn a solid education in biomedical devices/industry fundamentals, electronics, and computer/networking fundamentals. The program provides the crucial skill sets desired by hospitals, medical equipment manufacturing, professional sales and contract maintenance companies.
April Lebo, Director of Business Development, states:
“I was fortunate enough to meet Mr. Harner at the Indiana Biomedical Society meeting in January. We spent time talking about his program at Vincennes University and how valuable and ultrasound donation would be to the students. It was a pleasure getting to work with him and the university on this project.”
Bill Harner, Biomedical Electronics Coordinator, thanks Trisonics:
“I want to thank Trisonics for donating the Siemens-Acuson-Sequoia ultrasound to our program. Without your help, we would not have been able to continue our hands-on training with diagnostic ultrasound. “