Students Invited to Medical Main Street
Southeast Michigan is a center for medical innovation. From St. John's Providence destroying artery disease with sound waves to Vancive Medical developing post-op dressings that allows for surgical site visualization, our region is a hub for careers in the health sciences, biomedical engineering or medical technology fields. Who knows—the next medical advance could come from you!
Take advantage of this FREE event and boost your networking connections by attending Oakland County's Medical Main Street event at the Highland Lakes campus on Friday, Nov. 3. Network with representatives from top health care companies and medical technology firms as well as and learn from leaders during the panel discussion on "Insights into the Healthcare/Life Science Ecosystem," facilitated by OCC Interim Chancellor, Peter Provenzano. It is the perfect opportunity to apply classroom knowledge to real world situations and build connections that could help add to your future success.
Medical Main Street®, powered by Oakland County, is a vital partner in the life science, biotechnology, pharmacology and health care industries in Southeast Michigan. Event attendees include, but are not limited to, Beaumont Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Detroit Medical Center, DPRO Healthcare, HAP, Homedics USA, JEMS Technology, Medical Device Communications, Oakland County Department of Health and Human Services, Oxford Biomedical Research Inc., Oxus Inc. and United Healthcare.
Southeast Michigan is a great area to build your medical technology career! This FREE event is open to OCC students but registration is required. To register, visit the Oakland County event page.