Health care professionals rely on an array of critical electronic devices to diagnose and provide medical care for their patients. The proper operation of this equipment is vital.
In the Medical Equipment Technician career training program you will learn to install, calibrate, troubleshoot, and repair medical equipment. Combining this with medical terminology and physiology, computer networking, and biomedical equipment systems, you will work on a wide range of health-related monitoring, diagnostic, therapeutic, and surgical apparatus and instrumentation.
- Electricity Principles
- Strategies for Success
- DC / AC Components and Circuits Lab
- Algebra for Electronics
- Active Components and Circuits
- Active Components and Circuits Lab
- Trigonometry for Electronics
- Digital Principles
- Digital Principles Lab
- Computer Fundamentals
- Advanced Algebra
- Biomedical Instrumentation
- Biomedical Instrumentation Lab
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Basic Medical Terminology
- Professional Development
- Biomedical Systems
- Biomedical Systems Lab
- Medical Equipment Safety
- Business Communication
- Problem Solving
- Customer Service
Your Career Success Starts Here
Try a Trade
Try a Trade is a new initiative at EIT where the public can schedule a time to come to the school and under no obligation, complete a small introductory project in the program of their choice.
If you've ever considered beginning a career in any of the fields we offer, schedule a date to come in and Try a Trade!
Sharon Regional Health System
The hands on training at EIT was wonderful. The externship I completed was a helpful one.
Meadville Medical Center
We value our partnership with EIT. We have hired students from EIT.
Lake Erie Biomedical Services
The small class sizes at EIT gave the instructors the ability to give more individual attention. The faculty is also friendly and helpful.