UHealth clinical engineers are some of the best trained medical equipment specialists in their field. All technicians undergo a rigorous background and technical competency verification prior to service of any medical equipment – ensuring that all medical equipment are maintained and serviced to manufacturer’s specifications.
UHealth clinical engineers will work with your department leadership to develop appropriate service strategies for each piece of equipment in their area. These strategies will be based on equipment category, age, and usage as well as on desired availability, replacement part cost, and other factors.
The clinical engineering computerized maintenance management system (Medimizer) maintains detailed equipment maintenance inventories, records, and schedules —and provides the documentation required for compliance purposes, including The Joint Commission (TJC), The Agency For Health Care Administration (AHCA), Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), and the College of American Pathologists (CAP).
UHealth clinical engineers adhere to a vision of integrity and constant improvement. We empower our clinical engineers to take the course of action they believe is right in every service event. We are committed to accurately diagnose and solve problems, which result in greater equipment uptime and utilization for our staff.
UHealth clinical engineers will be dispatched quickly, even on non-emergency calls, to ensure your equipment performs optimally.
To view the Request for Service Flier, please CLICK HERE.
In March of 2016, the University of Miami signed into action a policy overseeing the proper acquisition and disposal of medical equipment in reference to PHI/PII containment.
To access the current policy, please click the following LINK.
- Medical Equipment PHI-PII Risk Assessment Form
- Surplus Transfer Form
- Process Flow – Acquisition of Medical Equipment
- Process Flow – Disposal of Medical Equipment