Diploma in Bio-medical Engineering (or) an equivalent qualification from an institute recognized by Govt., of A.P. and must have 2 years of work experience in a reputed corporate hospital having comparable equipment as that of SVIMS
GE Healthcare is planning to increase its workforce by about 10% in India by the end of this year, as it looks to strengthen in-country research. According to Press Trust of India, Terri Bresenham, President and CEO, GE Healthcare South Asia, revealed these plans at the recent launch of its flagship electronic remote monitoring programme, CritiNext, at Delhi. She said that they will be adding 400 personnel to their current strength of 4000 employees in India by the end of this year.