By Phyllis Hanlon
Our biomedical services manager Ismael Cordero was just profiled by 24×7 Magazine!
If you ask him, Ismael Cordero will tell you he is not out to save the world. Although his actions may not be overwhelmingly heroic in his eyes, both the health technology management profession and individuals living in developing countries are benefitting significantly from his educational and humanitarian efforts.
Cordero’s global efforts to improve the lives of others through health technology education were recently recognized by the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) Foundation and the American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE). Those two organizations honored Cordero on May 31 by naming him the 2014 winner of the Robert L. Morris Humanitarian Award. The award was introduced in 2001 to honor individuals whose work has improved health conditions internationally.
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