What is the best Medtronic division to work for?

I am looking at Medtronic and have B2B experience.

What would be the best Medtronic division to work for without prior O.R. experience?

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What would be the best Medtronic division to work for without prior O.R. experience?

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Definitely not Advanced Energy unless you are cool with selling the same product for 10 years in a row.

They are shutting us down so no need to worry about that....

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What would be the best Medtronic division to work for without prior O.R. experience?

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Definitely not Advanced Energy unless you are cool with selling the same product for 10 years in a row.

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DBS, without a doubt!

It was - competition coming gents. Most people here are awful.....should be fish in a barrel

It will take years for any company to break into the DBS space. Mdt reps have too much clinical knowledge

Don't flatter yourself.

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Not trying to reinvent the truth:


Medt neuro is going thru a very ugly reorg. Commissions cut, leaders are clueless and they have lost touch with customers. Very toxic....lots of paper on the street....so if you like to get your head kicked in, there will be a lot of opportunities

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So you can basically say whatever you want here?

correct! Liberating

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So you can basically say whatever you want here?

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Does that include Stimwave sales as well? I've heard great things about it.

Stimwave is great but reps aren't making that much money. It is a great first medical job because you make ok money and can start building surgeon contacts.

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MDT Neuro (stim) is a joke. A lot of Shake ups recently internally plus BSX has by far has the best technology. Add Nevro in the mix now The fact MDT still doesn't have wireless technology on their remotes is comical MDT rep:

Does that include Stimwave sales as well? I've heard great things about it.

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MDT Neuro (stim) is a joke. A lot of Shake ups recently internally plus BSX has by far has the best technology. Add Nevro in the mix now The fact MDT still doesn't have wireless technology on their remotes is comical

MDT rep: "Can you feel it... How about here....is it in your back yet...." Patient: " I can feel it in my back now but my legs are shaking uncontrollably"

Have fun...

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Neuromodulation would be good if you haven't had OR experience. You can always get lucky and get an associate role in CRM but those are few and far between. Good luck in the hunt!

There is a lot of competition in Neuromodulation and you have to deal with patients. On top of that, it is more of a pharma job. I would go to any division here that focuses on being in the o.r. Don't forget with the addition of covidien, there will be many more roles than before.

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DBS would be a good place to start. Or ENT. I don't think heart would hire without any o.r. experience.

unless you have a time machine this is an idiotic response.

What does a time machines have to do with anything? ****.

Do you even work for Medtronic? Your suggestions would have made more sense 10 years ago. Why not recommend spine. I think the best part of this is that you are so stupid that you didn't even get the time machine reference.

Why wouldn't I recommend spine? Because Medtronic Spine sucks and everyone knows it except you? Go back to being a third rate player. Others - stay away.

Wow. You really have no idea how to interpret sarcasm or even have a general understanding of reading comprehension.

Go back to checking batteries.

Well apparently Neuromodulation is the best division here so I'll skip to my next boring battery change

Neuromodulation would be good if you haven't had OR experience. You can always get lucky and get an associate role in CRM but those are few and far between. Good luck in the hunt!

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Definitely not Spine. Sales are declining and there is no end in sight. It's a mess over there.

truth.

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DBS would be a good place to start. Or ENT. I don't think heart would hire without any o.r. experience.

unless you have a time machine this is an idiotic response.

What does a time machines have to do with anything? ****.

Do you even work for Medtronic? Your suggestions would have made more sense 10 years ago. Why not recommend spine. I think the best part of this is that you are so stupid that you didn't even get the time machine reference.

Why wouldn't I recommend spine? Because Medtronic Spine sucks and everyone knows it except you? Go back to being a third rate player. Others - stay away.

Wow. You really have no idea how to interpret sarcasm or even have a general understanding of reading comprehension.

Go back to checking batteries.

Well apparently Neuromodulation is the best division here so I'll skip to my next boring battery change

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