MediSend International Biomedical Training Team to Attend MEDICA 2009 in Düsseldorf, Germany
The team is attending the world’s largest forum for medicine, biomedical equipment, medical and information technology to enhance and expand the Biomedical Repair Training Program at MediSend’s Global Education Center.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) November 15, 2009 — Representatives from MediSend International’s Biomedical Repair Training Program will be attending the 40th anniversary of MEDICA, the world’s largest forum for medicine, biomedical equipment, medical and information technology taking place in Düsseldorf, Germany, November 18th through the 21st. Dr. Costel Rizescu, Director of MediSend’s Biomedical Department, and Trevor Johnson, Instructor of MediSend’s Biomedical Repair Training Program, will attend the international trade fair, considered to be the hub of the medical trade, to see the latest advancements in current and future tr in biomedical equipment and medical technologies.
MediSend is a recognized leader in providing healthcare services and support to under-resourced hospitals in developing countries through education, training, technical support and management technologies in Biomedical Equipment Repair, as well as the distribution of life-saving medical supplies and biomedical equipment. Partnering organizations such as The Exxon Mobil Corporation, Philips Medical Systems, Phoenix Data Systems (AIMS.NET®), Nida Corporation, Baylor Health Care System, International SOS, Mercy Ships, Dikembe Mutombo Foundation and Save the Children enable MediSend to implement programs worldwide.
“MediSend takes pride in consistently striving to provide the most advanced education and training to our partner hospitals in developing countries. MEDICA offers the best forum to view all of the latest in biomedical equipment available, as well as to view upcoming advances,” says Dr. Rizescu adding, “Even more importantly, this is a great opportunity to introduce MediSend’s world-class programs to an international forum of potential partners and sponsors.”
ABOUT MEDISEND MediSend is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit, humanitarian organization that supports under resourced hospitals in developing countries with a multi-dimensional approach to improving community health. Medisend’s mission includes education, training, technical support and management technologies in Biomedical Equipment Repair, as well as the distribution of life-saving medical supplies and biomedical equipment. MediSend is a proud member of The Clinton Global Initiative.
For more information on MediSend, go to www.medisend.org.
ABOUT MEDICA MEDICA is the world’s largest forum for in-patient and out-patient medicine and is the center of attraction for all those involved in the health care industry. More than 135,000 visitors from well over 100 countries will obtain information on all the current and future tr in healthcare at this annual event. With its extensive ancillary program, numerous special events, two major congresses and the largest product display in the industry, MEDICA is the hub of the medical trade.