October Newsletter

Welcome to ENTECH's October 2016 Newsletter!

ENTECH takes pride in offering many services to fit the changing demands of our customers. When it comes to service and maintenance agreement options, we know one size does not fit all. That’s why we take the time to evaluate your requirements and develop a solution that fits your budget and needs. ENTECH will deliver the best service for the best value. 


ENTECH is now an authorized distributor for Precision Medical products, an American manufacturer of respiratory products, medical fittings and specialty products.

  • Air and oxygen flowmeters – the most choices of flow rates in the industry 
  • Suction regulators to fit any department needs
  • Air and oxygen blenders – complete set-up with hoses, condensation traps and flowmeters
  • Heliox blenders – the only FDA approved blenders on the market
  • Medical fittings to fill all of your facility’s needs
  • Medical hoses that work with any gas, length and fittings
  • Compressors and aspirators – smaller, lighter and more powerful
  • Specialty respiratory products unique to the market

To order Precision Medical Products, call ENTECH at 602-747-9001 and mention that you want to order Precision Medical parts or email Info@EntechBiomedical.com. Click here for more details.

Meet the Tech – Neal Sen 


Neal Sen started working at ENTECH in May of 2013. He is currently a Biomedical Technician II (BMET II) and is stationed in the Chandler ENTECH office.

Born in Phoenix, Arizona, Neal moved across the country every three to four years due to his father’s career as a nuclear site testing engineer. His father is from India and his mother is from England. Neal is the first generation from both parents’ side to be born in the U.S. He has four half-sisters, a step sister and a step brother.

Neal went to high school in Amherst, Massachusetts and Mandeville, Louisiana, where he graduated. Upon graduating from high school, Neal joined the Navy and was on active duty for eight years. He served as a hospital Corpsman and field medic. His main duty stations were Pensacola, Florida and Great Lakes, Illinois as well as Okinawa, Japan. During his tour, he was stationed in several Asian countries, including Korea, Thailand and Singapore. He particularly enjoyed Korea, believing the lifestyle to be suited to his background.

While in the Navy, he became interested in working with the biomedical engineers and gained some medical equipment service experience. This eventually led to his transition from field medic to biomedical technician, giving him the ability to continue to work in the medical field by fixing equipment used on patients. This was preferable to working with patients and very rewarding because he still had an impact on patient care, but didn’t have to interact with patients on a daily basis.

Neal was honorably discharged from the Navy and after that went to work at ENTECH as a biomed technician. He is CBET and CRES certified in the biomedical field and works mainly out of ENTECH Chandler, supporting facilities throughout the valley.

Neal is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Business, attending Paradise Valley Community College and then will finish his degree at Arizona State University (Go Sun Devils) in the next year or two. He plans to pursue his Master of Business Administration after that.

Neal enjoys skateboarding, snowboarding, shooting, hiking and camping.  He also enjoys going to the gym. He is also learning how to play the guitar, though he claims he is not that good yet.

Other News

Entech recently hired a technician for the Tucson area. Adalberto (Beto) Ramos is from Sahuarita, Arizona and worked at FMC for the last year.  He recently graduated from Brown Mackie College with an Associates degree in Biomed Technology. In the role of Biomedical Technician I (BMET I), Beto will be covering Southern Arizona for ENTECH and will be based in Tucson.

Recent Developments

ENTECH is announcing its intention to expand operations in Wyoming. Look for an advertisement in the October issue of Medical Dealer magazine as well as a banner ad on the Medical Dealer website.  ENTECH has recently acquired additional customers in Wyoming and we are hiring more technicians to service the area. If you have a need for clinical equipment services in Wyoming, please reach out to ENTECH for assistance. Be sure to submit any referrals via our website to be eligible for valuable gift cards/prizes.

Have ideas for news stories? Please send them to Cherie.White@EntechBiomedical.com. Thanks for being a valued customer!

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