Jim Moore and Monte Oitker present: “Biomedical Support at Samaritan’s Purse.”
Jim Moore and Monte Oitker
Jim Moore is a Vietnam veteran who has served as a biomedical technician since 1980. He spent 18 of those years at Mission Hospital in Asheville, North Carolina, and the last 24 years with Samaritan’s Purse/World Medical Mission. Jim began supervising the biomedical team in 2005. After entering semi-retirement in 2018, he began serving on an on-call basis. His primary role now is with the deployment of Emergency Field Hospitals, as well as other technical support opportunities when the needs arise.
Monte Oitker graduated from Sul Ross State University in Texas in 1996 with a bachelor’s degree in industrial technology. He completed an associate’s degree in biomedical equipment technology in 2007. Later that year he joined World Medical Mission as a biomedical equipment technician, specializing in X-ray equipment and digital imaging. He has served as assistant supervisor of the biomedical department for the past four years.
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