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Today's world is a world of electronics and computers. BE PART OF IT! There's plenty of room for YOU in this vital and explanding job field.

Valley College's electronics and computer technology programs provide men and women with the skills needed for well-paid, interesting careers in Biomedical Technology

"The LAVC Electronics Biomedical Program covers the technical side of the field, as well as the manaegment side. This detail is not only useful, it is critical for anyone intent on being competitive when seeking employe,ent in a hospital environment." - Nick Joros, LAVC Graduate.

"The LAVC Electronics Department has helped me advance in my biomedical engineering career. Learning about basic electronics theory, digital fundamentals, advanced ICs, and hands-on lab equipment are just some of the skills I have aquired." - Joan E. Vergara, LAVC Graduate.


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Pic 3 George Panyarachun received his BS in mechanical engineering through the Royal Thai Air Force Academy in Bangkok, Thailand, an AS in biomedical equipment technology from Stanly Technical College in Albemarle, NC, and his MS in biomedical engineering from the University of Akron in Akron, Ohio. He was named the 2008 Welch Allyn, CMIA Professional of the Year and has several patents pending, including a disposable digital PEEP device, and a smart binder. George received his certification in Clinical Engineering by the Healthcare Technology Certification Commission in 2012.