Originally Posted By: Geoff Hannis
But surely by now we all agree that there is more to in-house biomedical engineering than just repairing the kit once it breaks down (like getting off your idle butt and walking around the user departments, rather than sitting there reading a book, for instance)!
Yes Geoff I'm sure there is , but you'll probably find those departments have done all that and had to stop for fear of doing next years ppms before that happens.

I'd still say three or four was the right numbers even if the department has spare capacity for sickness and emergencies.