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June 25
The Importance of Certification - Kim GreenwoodEdit

Clinical Engineers are a key technical resource in today’s healthcare system. They are the only practitioner able translate clinical needs into technical requirements to meet current healthcare standards of care. Certification of Clinical Engineers is essential to ensure all of these practitioners have met an acceptable level of competency recognized both nationally and internationally. Certification also shows the public that an individual is dedicated to their profession because of their commitment to lifelong learning and growth through the mandatory review and renewal process every three years.

My employer knows the value of the Certified Clinical Engineer (CCE) credential. At my place of work having the CCE designation gives Clinical Engineer job candidates an advantage as it is a desired requirement in our job vacancy postings

Kim Greenwood MASc, P.Eng, CCE, FEIC


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