We believe that your military training, employment and education make you a great fit to become a Biomedical Equipment Technician. We take great pride in the success of our graduates and hold them to a standard that is highly respected by industry leaders such as Siemens, GE Healthcare, Henry Schein, Touchstone Imaging and Becton Dickenson. We welcome you to inquire about our unique fast-track educational programs. Unlike many educational institutions in this field, our programs are heavily focused on real life hands-on training with the latest modern technology and equipment available. We would like for you to join us!
Career Placement Services – one-on-one career assistance through certified resume writing and personal interview assistance with industry leaders
Fast-track Program – become a Biomedical Technician in as little as 5 months
High Career Demand – high demand / high placement in rapidly growing healthcare industry
Professional Skills – extensive hands-on training with industry experts at Medisend College in Dallas, Texas
Modern Laboratories – with a full range of biomedical and clinical laboratory equipment
Approved for VA Benefits – Post 9/11 GI Bill ® / Yellow Ribbon Program / VR&E
Program Start Dates (BMET and AAS)
Summer Class – July 9th, 2018
Fall I Class – August 27th, 2018
Fall II Class – November 5th, 2018
Winter Class – January 15th, 2019
Spring Class – April 8th, 2019
*Dates are subject to change
- Online Application (4 minutes)
- Competency test (can be taken anywhere in the U.S.)
- No prior criminal record
- Certificate or Eligibility (COE)
- JST transcripts
- Military awarded diplomas (if applicable)
- College or University transcripts (if applicable)
Yellow Ribbon Program
Veterans entitled to the maximum benefit rate of 100% Post 9/11 GI Bill® , as determined by service requirements, or their designated transferees, may receive additional funding for tuition under the Yellow Ribbon Program without an additional charge to your GI Bill entitlement.
The Yellow Ribbon Program is a matching grant program between the VA and an Institution of Higher Learning (Medisend). As published on the Veterans Administration website, Medisend College, through the General Richard B. Myers Program, has committed to a matching grant of up to $20,000 per veteran student enrolled in its programs.
How to Apply for Benefits
- VA benefits, click here.
- Vocational Rehabilitation benefits, click here.
- Certificate of Eligibility – click here to apply for COE online
Admission Fee: $250