BONE launches training centre in North East U.S.

Bioskills of the North East (BONE) has launched a fully equipped training centre in the Northeastern U.S. to serve the testing, training and skills enhancement needs of medical device companies and surgical teams in the region.

The company’s new name reflects BONE’s transformation into a facilitator of healthcare innovation and advancement as well as its increased medical and surgical education training options.

Richard Mateus, CEO of BONE, said: “Medical device companies and surgical teams have a lot riding on research and development or skills training. Their success depends on the quality and safety of their products and the skills of their teams. Our expanded training options reflect our commitment to helping clients maximise revenue and ensure the implementation of best practices in our surgical suite as a specialised and supportive facility partner.”

Bioskills of the North East helps plan and oversee events of all sizes, combining service, technology and tools and lab capabilities for an educational experience in its specialised lab and event space. The secure, multipurpose centre features multiple state-of-the-art lab spaces and a fully trained and supportive staff.

Victor Machado, executive director of operations at BONE, said: “Setting up a bioskills testing or surgical skills training event can be challenging for any organisation. The BONE team is proud to deliver a hands-on experience at our fully equipped specialty laboratories to assist with FDA testing compliance, a private OR suite, livestreaming capabilities, and more to ensure test accuracy, reliability, and reproducibility for faster time-to-market.”

BONE’s fully equipped, 20,000 sq. ft. bioskills training centre features 24 surgical stations, a flexible dining space, configurable meeting rooms, a spacious lounge area and coffee station and many more amenities to suit any type of gathering including networking events, lectures and catered functions. The team at BONE can source, procure, and store biological specimens and the facility features global A/V capabilities for recording and broadcasting remote meetings.

In addition to its bioskills training, BONE lab space is ideal for small group active scenario- or skills-based training opportunities for healthcare, education, and public safety professionals in a fully equipped, technologically advanced medical simulation centre. The company also underscores its commitment to the local communities with specialised education designed for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and nursing personnel, providing training that will result in the best possible patient care and outcomes.

BONE is now open and accepting clients at their advanced medical education facility.

Source link

This post originally appeared on TechToday.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *