New York Biomedical Technician Schools.
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New York Biomedical Technician Schools.

Biomedical technician training in New York typically runs two years and leads to an associate’s degree in biomedical engineering. A biomedical technician typically work on medical and diagnostic machines commonly found in hospitals or medical centers. Routine upkeep of the machines and maintenance are common duties of the biomedical tech, while the average salary is $50,000 per year. The career is thriving and job positions are expected to grow over the next ten years as health care organizations and medical equipment manufacturers expand and grow. The overall job outlook for this position is favorable.


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