At National ITC, we’ve been privileged to work with a team of highly accomplished professionals who have played a pivotal role in shaping our Medical Gas Systems Designer exam. Our heartfelt gratitude goes to Brianne Hall, David Braidich, Kyle Jussle, Edwin Chun, John Gregory, Nat Lovoy, Blair Minyard, Wesley Hobert, Davis Aaron Boch, Joe Ficek, Jake Granger, Phil Fillers, Tom Spremo, Mathis Carlson, and Roland Lamer. Their combined expertise and dedication have been instrumental in ensuring that our certification process sets the highest standards in medical gas system design.
About the Medical Gas Systems Designer Certification
Our Medical Gas Systems Designer certification is designed for individuals engaged in the intricate process of designing medical gas systems, both new and existing. This comprehensive certification covers critical aspects such as layout, sizing, equipment, and piping selection, as well as the assessment of existing systems for resizing or replacement. Applicable to healthcare facilities within the scope of NFPA 99, Health Care Facilities Code, this certification encompasses the distribution of USP gases, medical vacuum, WAGD, and support gas piping systems.
Pilot Exam Opportunity
National ITC is currently seeking dedicated professionals willing to participate in the pilot exam for the Medical Gas Systems Designer certification. This is a unique opportunity to contribute to the advancement of industry standards while validating your expertise in this crucial field. If you are ready to take the next step in your career and make a significant impact, we invite you to be a part of this important initiative.
Get Involved - Get Certified
Whether you are considering certification or looking for more information on exam dates, registration, and study materials, we welcome you to explore the possibilities that the Medical Gas Systems Designer certification offers. Connect with us, and let's work together to elevate standards in medical gas system design.
For further inquiries, collaboration opportunities, or any additional information, please feel free to reach out to us at https://nationalitc.com/. We value your interest and are here to support you on your journey towards excellence in medical gas systems design.