RMSR Certification Gains Medical Device & Equipment Industry Accept...

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The NAMSR has been named the sole approved accreditor of certification bodies for entry level Medical Device & Equipment Sales or also known in the medical industry as DME Reps.NAMSR designation as the accreditor for the RMSR Certification program is stated in revisions to a manual issued recently.

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stacie

Fort Payne, AL

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Sep 9, 2010
 
I am looking for medical sales jobs located in Denver. I am currently enrolled in the RMSR Certification program with an estimated completion date of October 2010.
Greg Peterson

Boca Raton, FL

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Sep 10, 2010
 
As a RMSR Certified graduate from 2005 it is good to see that the training has evolved into a vocational training program that most medical companies expect their new hires to already possess. I took the program through a referral from a friend. I was a stockbroker in Maryland and wanted to get into the growing field of medical sales. I started out with Arrow Int'l and now work for BioMedex and love it.
Glenn

Orlando, FL

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Sep 12, 2010
 
As a veteran medical sales rep for over 19 years I can not express how important it is for sales reps looking to transition into the medical device industry to obtain such a vocational program. The manufactures of medical devices need good sales reps who understand the industry and can start with only limited training. We are working in a very technical environment with physicians and hospitals who expect reps to know their products. It is very crucial for applicants to acquire and exploit this training to HR staff and recruiters to meet job qualifications.
Jeff_Houston

Saint Paul, MN

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Sep 30, 2010
 
There's a company called [url=http://jobs.rotech.com]Ro tech Home Health Care[/url] that currently has a job opening in Colorado as well as Florida and Indiana. You should definitely check them out, they're a pretty good company to work for.
Michelle

Fort Valley, GA

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Mar 11, 2012
 
We are looking for sales professionals who have completed RMSR Training (Registered Medical Sales Rep) Certification. If you have sales experience and a RMSR go to www.medtronic.com and apply.
James

AOL

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Sep 3, 2012
 
what colleges carry the rmsr certificate? monterey82@aol.com
Greg Peterson wrote:
As a RMSR Certified graduate from 2005 it is good to see that the training has evolved into a vocational training program that most medical companies expect their new hires to already possess. I took the program through a referral from a friend. I was a stockbroker in Maryland and wanted to get into the growing field of medical sales. I started out with Arrow Int'l and now work for BioMedex and love it.
Laurie

Plainfield, IL

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Mar 22, 2013
 
How do I get into the medical device field with 20+years of nursing experience and no sales experience?
katy

North Fairfield, OH

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May 30, 2013
 
33 years experience in the or how do I get into sales

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