US Army Veteran Bryan Dunigan
Congratulations to veteran Bryan Dunigan, who graduated from the General Richard B. Myers Veterans Biomedical Technology Program at MediSend in September, and has already been hired by MEI (Medical Equipment Installation, Inc.), a company that prides itself in providing quality services for some of the world’s largest medical equipment manufacturers. As a professional biomedical equipment technician (BMET), Bryan will be repairing, maintaining and installing medical equipment for hospitals and healthcare providers throughout the North Texas area.
Bryan grew up and still lives in Lavon, Texas, just outside of Dallas. A US Army veteran, he served in Iraq. The experience and basic skills he gained working on electronics while in the service helped him qualify to take the highly intensive, boot camp style education and training offered in the General Myers Veterans Program. In only five months, Bryan attained the skills and know-how required for employment with a highly respected organization.
“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, USAF Ret.
The General Richard B. Myers Veterans Biomedical Technology Program has an outstanding track record of producing graduates that are now financially stable, working in good jobs with career advancement possibilities in a profession that contributes positively to the health and wellbeing of the community. Best of luck to graduate, Bryan Dunigan, as he begins his new career path!
To contact the General Myers Veterans Program, email email@example.com or call 214.575.5006 ext 103.