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What does a Medical Device Specialist do?
A medical device specialist provides critical expertise to physicians and patients to ensure successful implantation and ongoing functionality of medical devices such as pacemakers and defibrillators. EP Mapping clinical specialists enable successful cardiac electrophysiology mapping and ablation procedures. These clinical specialist jobs exist throughout the healthcare space, including cardiology specialty areas such as structural heart and interventional cardiology. Job opportunities exist at major medical device companies and healthcare systems anywhere in the country. A clinical specialist enjoys a dynamic role and a personally satisfying career while making a difference in the lives of patients.
PrepMD Training and Placement Program
Founded in 2009, PrepMD’s Cardiac Clinical Specialist 24-week training program places graduates in high-demand cardiac medical device specialist careers. PrepMD has a 98% placement rate with 430+ graduates placed in 38 states, with an average starting compensation package of $84k. Graduates hit the ground running working for leading device companies and healthcare providers across the U.S. Our strict selection process, rigorous hands-on training program, and world-class clinical partnerships prepare our graduates for success in highly desirable careers. This 24-week program focuses on cardiac rhythm management (CRM), electrophysiology (EP), and related therapies such as structural heart and interventional cardiology.
98% Placement Rate
Cardiac Device Specialist Career
Clinical Specialist Careers
PrepMD trained clinical specialists support the clinical and technical applications of cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs) such as pacemakers and implantable cardiac defibrillators (ICDs) and cardiac electrophysiology mapping and ablation procedures. A medical device specialist must have a deep knowledge of cardiac therapies and products and the associated clinical data and may be employed by a hospital or by a medical device company.
24-Week Cardiac Specialist Training Program
PrepMD Training Program
PrepMD is an academically rigorous and comprehensive training program providing a rewarding career to those who are passionate, focused, and hard working. This 24-week program focuses on cardiac rhythm management (CRM), electrophysiology (EP), structural heart and interventional cardiology devices and procedures. We start three cohorts per year, and each cohort completes three phases of study, including clinical rotations in Boston’s hospitals.
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Award winning facility with high-tech classrooms
Electrophysiology Mapping Lab
The EP Lounge
Our expanded facility includes a dedicated EP lounge where students learn complex electrophysiology mapping procedures. PrepMD provides an immersive, hands-on approach in a technologically advanced environment for training future medical device professionals.
PrepLab™ Mock Operating Room
PrepLab™ Procedure Room
PrepLab™Mock Procedure Room
PrepLab™ Mock Procedure Room provides the ultimate hand-on training and testing experience. We recreate entire device implantation procedures with high fidelity. In addition to acquainting you with different implant procedures for various arrhythmias, you can also familiarize yourself with appropriate procedure room protocols.
Get to know how different devices impact heart arrhythmias at our Programmer Bar™. This one-of-a-kind training system lets you compare device algorithm effects while practicing your device programming skills. The Programmer Bar™ also offers video conferencing capabilities, so you and your classmates can attend interactive lectures with guest speakers in real time.
World Class Clinical Partners
PrepMD partners with some of the world’s top medical centers enabling students to gain first hand clinical experience.
Beth Israel Deaconess is a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School and is ranked among U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals”.
Beth Israel Lahey Clinic Medical Center was founded in 1923 and is a teaching hospital of Tufts University School of Medicine.
Boston Medical Center treats one million patients annually across 70 specialties and is affiliated with Boston University School of Medicine.
Tufts Medical Center is the principal teaching hospital for Tufts University School of Medicine and a world-class medical center.
UMass Memorial Medical Center is the region’s trusted academic medical center, part of the prestigious UMass Memorial Health Care system.
430+ grads in 10 years - 98% placement rate
Admissions: students from 41 states
Placements: in 38 states
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