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June 25
The Importance of Certification - Hank Stankiewicz, Jr.Edit

Clinical Engineers provide a vital role in the delivery of health care.  But how do our colleagues know we are competent?

Clinical Engineers typically have a degree in Biomedical/ Electrical/ Computer Engineering. The CCE offers addition proof of not only our competency but our relevancy.

One of my proudest career moments was passing the CCE exam in 2011 after 35 years in the field. I participated and studied with the many other VAMC Biomedical Engineers in preparing to take the exam. That study time bound us forever.  In my post VA career, the CCE has enabled me to have credibility and success as a contractor/consultant.

Henry Stankiewicz, Jr.  MSBME CCE​​


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