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Biomedical Technician Program

Biomedical Equipment Technician

Associate Degree of Applied Science

What is a Biomedical Equipment Technician?

Biomedical Equipment Technicians (BMET) are a huge contributor to successful patient outcomes in healthcare by ensuring all life-saving machines are working properly and efficiently at their most critical moment.

What does a Biomedical Equipment Technician do?

BMETs are responsible for performing maintenance and safety checks, keeping repair logs, calibrating equipment, and testing parts on machines such as electronic wheelchairs, surgical robots and nuclear imaging. They are also responsible for reviewing training manuals and teaching medical professionals how to operate equipment. 

Biomedical Equipment Technologist Responsibilities

• Surgical Equipment: Lights, Chairs, Table, Microscopes, instruments, etc.
• Infant Machines: Warmers, Fetal and Patient Monitors, Pediatric Exam Tables, Incubators, and more
• C-Arm Fluoroscopy Machines: Super C, Mobile, MiniView, etc.
• Anesthesia Machines both large stationary and portable
• Patient Monitoring: Vital Signs, Oximeter, Clinical Information Center, Anesthesia Gas, Handheld and Multi-Parameter
• Ultrasound Machines including cardiac, portable, color doppler and advanced digital
• Endoscopy: cameras, light sources, video processors, insufflators, colonoscopes, electrosurgical units

Where does a Biomedical Equipment Technician work?

The opportunity for life experiences, training, knowledge and travel are almost limitless for BMETs.  Locally and even on a national level the need for highly skilled and trained Biomedical Equipment Technicians is growing rapidly!  Below are facilities utilizing BMETs: 
• Hospitals
• Medical Centers
• Private Practice Groups
• Clinics
• Wholesale Suppliers
• Electronic Repair Shops

Hear from one of Louisville’s area professionals on Biomedical Equipment Technicians and the impact made in the community, around the state and even worldwide. 

Externship and Career Services at MedQuest College


Prior to graduation, students are required to complete an externship under the guidance of area experts. During this externship, students will refine the skills learned on campus as well as work directly with working and nonworking machines for real-life experiences.

Career Services

Our Career Services Director provides assistance to graduating students and alumni that include instruction in resume writing, preparation of cover letters, interviewing techniques and networking skills. The college provides job placement assistance for its graduates. Alumni in good standing may continue to use any and all placement resources indefinitely at no charge.


The Biomedical Equipment Technology program offered by MedQuest College aims at providing a solid foundation in both biomedical sciences and electronics to prepare graduates to enter the biomedical field as technical professionals who can maintain, calibrate, modify, troubleshoot, and repair the biomedical equipment. As a biomedical equipment technician, it is of the highest priority to maintain the medical equipment fully functioning and always maintained. Manufacturers also hire biomedical technicians to build and final-test biomedical electronic equipment. The curriculum is widely applications-oriented in the areas of electronics and bioinstrumentation, offering a cooperative education externship in facilities that have a wide variety of medical equipment.

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MedQuest College has provided high-quality instruction to students in Kentucky and Indiana since 1999. By providing Southern Indiana, Louisville and Lexington Kentucky, and surrounding areas with quality programs in medical assisting, dental assisting, diagnostic medical songoraphy and biomed equipment technician we are able to proudly say that MedQuest College has successfully employed hundreds of graduates in the medical fields. Our campuses are located in Louisville Ky and Lexington KY.  We are institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES), a nationally recognized accrediting body.

I would recommend MedQuest to everyone I know

I leave every day having learned something new. Every day we do something hands-on and the teachers are wonderful. Our small class sizes help to grasp the concepts better. The available technology and resources really help you to understand the dental office better. I have absolutely no complaints about this school.


– Crystal N.

MedQuest has everything you need to learn.

I love the school. I would recommend to everyone that likes small classes and really good teachers. I have learned a lot, and by the end of my classes, I will be prepared for a good job at a dental office. It is all because I was well-prepared by the instructors. It has everything you need to learn.


– Isasia B.

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