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About Us

Welcome to iMed Biomedical

iMed Biomedical was established in 2014, by owner/CEO Jake Powell. Our company was created to fill a gap in the medical device service industry by offering high-level support to on-site BMETs. Today, we maintain operations in over 25 US states, both as a preferred service provider and a high-quality parts supplier.

Our biomedical service specialties include oxygen blenders, dialysis, injectors, infusion pumps, respiratory, and CT/MRI.

We offer on-site supplemental labor, depot repairs, quality replacement parts, specialized equipment services, project management, as well as CMS/TJC consulting.

To learn more about our story, read Jake Powell’s interview with Tech Nation Magazine.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to deliver high-quality biomedical solutions that guarantee patient safety and an exceptional customer experience.

Our Team

Definition of BMET Classifications


The BMET I should have a combination of education and/or work experience equaling 2 to 4 years total. Education background shall be in biomedical technology, electrical engineering technology, electronics, and/or clinical technology. Work experience shall be derived from onsite hospital equipment maintenance, third party or OEM equipment service, and/or military training and experience. Job responsibilities for BMET I should consist of supervised critical level work and unsupervised general low risk equipment inspections. Primary decision making performed by BMET I shall be approved by a senior BMET or supervisor.

Examples of equipment managed by BMET I

  • IV and Feeding Pumps
  • SCD’s
  • Light sources
  • Blanket Warmers
  • Bedside Hypothermia Pumps
  • Patient Beds and Stretchers
  • Other low risk equipment

The BMET II should have, in addition to the BMET I requirements, 2-4 years direct work experience either in civilian or military environments. Some unsupervised competency in mid and high risk equipment is expected at this level. Specialty training in specific devices should be in progress with emphasis on troubleshooting, installation, and user in-servicing. Some autonomy granted for primary decision making for the BMET II with critical decisions being approved by senior BMETs and/or supervisors.

Examples of equipment managed by BMET II

  • All BMET I equipment
  • Surgical Lights and Tables
  • ESUs
  • Sterilizers
  • Defibrillators and Pacemakers
  • Dialysis equipment
  • Contrast Injectors
  • Patient Monitoring equipment
  • Some Laboratory devices

The BMET III should have a total experience level of 5-10 years of experience including BMET I and II years. Day to day tasks and responsibilities should be primarily unsupervised with emphasis on more critical and high risk equipment categories. BMET III should obtain specialty training on critical devices through formal schools or OJT (on the job training). The BMET III should also have responsibility over BMET I and BMET II decision making procedures as well as personal development and accountability. Mission critical decision making should be nearly autonomous at the BMET III level with minimal oversight from the supervisor.

Examples of equipment managed by BMET III

  • All BMET I and II equipment
  • Patient Ventilators
  • Balloon Pumps
  • Anesthesia equipment
  • Heart Lung Bypass and ECMO units
  • Surgical Microscopes
  • Imagining Equipment (Xray, CT, MRI, etc)
  • Other Specialty High Tech devices


Our customers chose to work with iMed Biomedical because we hold ourselves to a professional standard dictated by timeliness, attention to detail, a pledge of liability, remarkable service and an exceptional customer experience. Most notably, hospitals and healthcare networks trust iMed with their medical devices because they respect a service-provider who’s ultimate concern is patient safety.