Medisurg, a company that provides consulting services for the phacoemulsification and vitrectomy fields, has announced the launch of its rebranded training program for biomedical equipment technicians. Now known as StarPath Training, the program will provide full-service training on how to maintain and service the Alcon Constellation, Infiniti, Accurus, and Legacy vision systems. The company will also be adding training for new systems throughout the year.
“The opportunity for increased savings, uptime, and freedom for organizations that have trained, in-house staff to diagnose and maintain phaco procedure equipment is undeniable,” John Weymouth, president of Medisurg, said in a statement. “The market is looking for options and StarPath promises self-sufficiency–for both management and biomed techs.”
According to the company, the program’s training experts are former field technicians with extensive experience managing the systems. Classes will be available as both individual sessions and onsite courses for multiple employees. For more information, visit the StarPath Training website.