Women engineers are urged to join Medtronic and help create innovative technologies that save and improve patient lives


Medtronic shares reasons to join the company as an engineer

Medtronic shares reasons to join the company as an engineer

 March 26, 2020

There are many reasons why women should consider working as engineer with Medtronic, such as having the opportunity to help save lives, create innovative technologies and make a real difference to patient care.

Medtronic has shared a handful of social media posts identifying some key reasons for joining the company as an engineer, plus CEO Omar Ishrak took to Twitter to share how proud he is of the women engineers currently working with Medtronic.

"[I'm on] Webex with key female engineers working on our robotics product. Proud to see the diverse talent on this key program, led by a female VP R&D, Tracy Accardi, and a female VP/GM, Megan Rosengarten," Omar posted (see picture above).

Medtronic engineers help save lives in many ways

Here are some reasons for being an engineer with Medtronic: 

The company uses extended reality to help train doctors seeing inside a virtual beating heart ... more

Medtronic works with Human Centered Design labs. "We start with the patient. They are the center of our world," the company comments ... more.

Medtronic colleagues have the vision and resources to lead the way when it comes to creating life-saving products and technologies ... more.

Medtronic employees are dedicated to emerging technologies and improving healthcare solutions through human-centered design ... more.

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