There is not a single piece of medical equipment that has not been touched by Martine Kersaint, MBA, and her Clinical Engineering team before it reaches the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania’s new Pavilion, opening later this year. Rows of ventilators, EKG machines, and patient monitors stretch throughout the rooms on the Mezzanine floor of the new hospital building waiting to be checked in, examined, and tested thoroughly.
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