Medisend President and CEO Nick Hallack talks about General Myers Program.
On General Myers' recent visit to Dallas, he stopped by NBC5 studios to discuss the General Richard B. Myers Veterans Program on the midday news.
Learn more about job training in biomedical technology- MediSend CEO, Nick Hallack, talks on NBC5.
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Bank of America Awards Grant to General Myers Veterans Program
Bank of America Grant to Veterans Biomedical Training
Sodexo and MediSend Partner to Bring Biomedical Career Opportunities to Veterans
Sodexo and Medisend Partnership
New AAMI Partnership promises 'Accelerated Path' to BMET Career
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Carl Jones is a biomedical equipment technician at Baylor Medical Center in Garland, TX. When asked what drove him to pursue and ultimately obtain his dream job, he has a one-word answer: determination.
As I sit at my workbench, I can't help but smile, because I am filled with joy. That's because I not only enjoy my job and get to work with the best biomed team around, but I also didn't give up, even when I was faced with obstacles. Carl Jones
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AAMI: Air Force Veteran Finds Home in HTM Department
General Myers Program Graduate featured in May 2015 issue of TechNation
MediSend Awarded Certification as Career School and College
Veterans Find Careers in Healthcare After Training in General Richard B. Myers Veterans Biomedical Equipment Technology Program
General Myers accepted the American Airlines Sky Ball XI Warriors Advocate Award for his support of "all who serve" at the 2013 American Airlines Sky Ball on October 5, 2013. This video was shown to the 2,200 guest at Sky Ball all there in support of veterans.
CBS 11 Morning News
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A NEW MISSION
U.S. Veterans Magazine 6/20/14
General Myers is featured in the November Issue of the American Way Magazine
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A Yellow Ribbon Cutting at Medisend with General Myers and Tony Orlando
Dallas Morning News Article - 10/21/13
General Richard B. Myers visits Veterans at MediSend International in Dallas
Veteran Looks to Help Returning Soldiers
Dallas Morning News Article