Veterans Biomedical Training Success Stories
“Our goal in the Myers Biomedical Technology Program is to educate veterans for a career in healthcare. In addition we want 100% of our graduates to be placed in good jobs upon graduation. We couldn’t be more proud of what Bryan has accomplished,” says General Richard B. Myers congratulating US Army veteran, Bryan Dunigan on his graduating from the General Myers program and immediately finding employment.
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“My experience in the General Richard B. Myers Veterans Program was invaluable. The skills and training I received in Dallas gave me the confidence and know-how to pursue this terrific opportunity. My family and I are grateful to General Myers, to Reserve Aid and to everyone at MediSend that helped to make this possible for me and my family.” Navy Veteran Bill Boyett - 2014 graduate
Scott admits that working in a hospital system in Alaska has its challenges, “It takes longer to obtain supplies and parts. There are vast distances between hospitals and there is a shortage of biomedical equipment technicians. Not everyone wants to move to Alaska,” Scott laughs and adds, “The experience and skills I gained in the General Myers Veterans Program allowed me to come to Alaska and immediately fill a void, to hit the ground running.” Navy Veteran Scott Rodriguez - 2014 graduate
"Today, I’m proud because I took a leap of faith for something that I wanted more than anything: to become a biomedical equipment technician. My status as a veteran enabled me to take part in the General Myers Veterans Biomedical Equipment Repair Program at MediSend International in Dallas, TX. " US Air Force Veteran Carl Jones - 2013 graduate