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District of Columbia Biomedical Technician Schools.

Biomedical technician training in District of Columbia is a two-year program that leads to an associate’s degree in biomedical engineering. Program graduates become well-versed in the mechanics and operations of major medical equipment. A biomedical tech performs diagnostic and routine upkeep on all major medical machines including the MRI, EKG, ultrasound, heart monitors, radiology equipment, and more. The career outlook for the biomedical engineering technician is favorable as more openings are becoming available and the health care industry expands. Jobs are available in the hospital and medical center setting as well as with manufacturers of medical equipment.


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