Learn about the courses and education offered by the MDRAO for those seeking to learn about the … Learn more about MDRAO Education
The Medical Device Reprocessing Association of Ontario:
A provincial non-profit Medical Device Reprocessing (MDR) Association. Our Objectives include promoting Membership, providing Educational Opportunities as well as Professional Development and Advocacy.
- MDR Certification through the MDRAO MDR Techniques Online Course
- MDR Recertification
- MDR Textbook and Workbook (Based on Canadian Standards)
Register now for MDRAO Membership
MDRAO Membership is valid from based on your renewal date (evergreen), and is only available for online sign up. There is no option for registration by mail or fax.
Membership is for those occupationally or professionally involved, as well as those who may not be actively involved, in instrument / medical device reprocessing in a healthcare setting.
Benefits of Membership
• Chapter Meetings and Education • Large Network of MDR Professionals (Hospitals and Vendors) • … Learn more about Benefits of Membership
The MDRAO Conference is held every two years. It offers 3 days of inspiration, education and skills … Learn more about MDRAO Conferences
Please note important postings on the Canadian Standards CSA page: > Humidity alert for Sterile … Learn more about CSA Updates
What’s New on the MDRAO Website
AORDM offre maintenant son examen en français !
L’Association ontarienne de retraitement des dispositifs médicaux (MDRAO), un chef de file national en RDM, est ravie d’annoncer qu’elle offre maintenant son examen en français.
La MDRAO s’engage à servir les spécialistes du RDM partout en Ontario, et il s’agit d’une étape importante pour offrir à tous nos membres des qualifications recherchées, que vous soyez francophone ou anglophone.
MDRAO now offers its exam in French!
The Medical Device Reprocessing Association of Ontario, a national leader in MDR, is excited to announce it now offers its exam in French.
MDRAO is committed to serving MDR specialists all over Ontario, and this is an important step to ensure all our members have valued credentials, whether you are francophone or anglophone.