Erik Saltsgaver

  • Mt Carmel US-IL

Education

Education
Sep 2009 - May 2011

Associates

Vincennes University

At Vincennes University I received hands on training with medical equipment, coupled with an intense electronics background. I was trained in the function and repair of circuits and their components. This included, but was not limited to, transistors and op-amps, digital components, and industrial electronics. I also learned how to use test equipment such as oscilloscopes, DMM's, safety analyzers, and specific test equipment for equipment such as defibrillators, infusion pumps, ECG's, etc..  Other aspects of my education included  a well rounded knowledge of the human anatomy, as well as a course in medical terminology.

Work History

Work History
2009 - Present

Work Study

Vincennes University

My duties for my work study at Vincennes University included the repair and cleaning of biomedical equipment for classroom use. I worked under the supervision of my biomedical instructor Bill Harner and was able to double the amount of hands-on time I had with the equipment due to the working hours of the work study.

2005 - 2009

Trainmen

Norfolk Southern

At Norfolk Southern I learned the responsibility and safety needed to work around large pieces of equipment. As a trainmen I was responsible for building trains, radio communication, and all related paperwork.

Skills

Skills

Medical Terminology

A basic knowledge obtained from a medical records class.

Microsoft Office

I am skilled in the use of Microsoft Office Suite, and I am able to efficiently use these programs when called upon.

Certifications

Certifications
2010 - Present

RFID+

CompTIA
2010 - Present

A+

CompTIA
2010 - Present

Network+

CompTIA
2011 - Present

Fundamentals of Servicing Diagnostic Imaging Equipment

DITEC
2010 - 2012

Soldering

IPC J-STD-001E