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Brett Fraser
Clinical Engineering Technology Manager
Clinical Engineering/Ingénierie Clinique FacilicorpNB
930 Prospect Street
New Brunswick
E3B 2T8

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Brett started at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital in 1987 after graduating from the Electronic Engineering Technology program at NBCC Moncton. Initially working in small Clinical Engineering department, Brett was exposed to many medical devices and what their role played in the medical field. For the first three year Brett worked in gen med until he specialized in the hospitals new service sector of diagnostic imaging. Brett enjoyed this field and he was exposed to all the modalities and expects of diagnostic imaging and had the opportunity to see the field evolve from film to digital imaging. Servicing the diagnostic imaging equipment lasted for 15 years until his knowledge of digital imaging lead to a secondment for 2 years as the lead PACS Administrator for River Valley Health. As the secondment came to a close Brett moved back into Clinical Engineering when he was offered the Clinical Engineering Operational Manager position at River Valley Health. For the next three years Brett worked as the Operational Manager and although his role did not change his employer did. In 2010 every Clinical Engineering department in New Brunswick moved to a new provincial support agency called FacilicorpNB, which eventually merged with Service New Brunswick. With the new transition Brett took on the new role of Clinical Engineering Technology Manager. In this role Brett would work with other to make Clinical Engineering a true provincial body which followed set SOPs, Policies, IPMs, and a common CMMS with over 52000 devices. Brett also has the opportunity to lead projects which range from equipment acquisition to implementation. In 2015 Brett joined the ACCES committee as their secretariat and a year later he took on the role as the society’s president. Outside the Clinical Engineering World, Brett is heavily involved with his family which includes his three children who play soccer and hockey. Brett tries to squeeze some fitness time for himself at the gym or chasing the squash ball around at the local YMCA.