Bromedicon, Inc. – The people that make the difference.  In the early 90’s James M. Brogan and George L. Grudziak, MD., DABNM, the founders of Bromedicon, Inc. identified the existence of a strong need to improve patient safety during various surgical procedures. They became pioneers in the industry and continued to lead in education, training, and recognition as the first IOM company in the U.S. to attain the Joint Commission Accreditation. Consequently, we set the standard for all other IOM companies to follow.

The very finest care: the patient deserves nothing less. The physician demands nothing less.  Drawing on the more than 25+ years experience we’ve gained as a nationwide provider of medical support services, Bromedicon has established itself as the professional team in Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring Services.  That is why we know that only clinical neurophysiology can fully assess how the patient’s nervous system is performing at rest, and in response to a stimulus: vital information during surgery.

Our Mission  Our mission is to work as a unified professional team, providing superior intraoperative monitoring services in the most competent, efficient, and compassionate manner for the benefit of patients, physicians, and clients alike. We strive to provide continuing education, quality instrumentation, advanced techniques, and recognition of quality performance in the practice of our profession and the delivery of patient care.


MORE THAN A VISION –  Utilizing the most advanced monitoring techniques and equipment turns our vision into reality one patient at a time, and one surgeon at a time including orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, vascular surgeons and ENT surgeons.

Quality Assurance

BROMEDICON was the first intraoperative monitoring company to receive the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval™ for its compliance with the Commission’s national health standards. The Joint Commission is a United States-based nonprofit tax-exempt 501 organization that accredits more than 21,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. The Joint Commission standards focus on state-of-the-art performance improvement strategies that help health care organizations continuously improve the safety and quality of care, which can reduce the risk of error or low quality care. Bromedicon ensures compliance with The Joint Commission regulations, as well as other state and federal regulatory agencies in order to continually improve risk management and risk reduction.

BROMEDICON uses a HIPAA compliant, secure connection via a virtual private network when utilizing Telemedicine to oversee surgeries from a remote location. Bromedicon’s surgical cases are supervised and remotely monitored by our team of physicians from our Intraoperative Monitoring Professionals (IMP) group. The Bromedicon IMP Physician Oversight team is comprised of highly specialized neurologists with specific training and expertise in Intraoperative Monitoring. Remote monitoring and supervision by our neurologists offers another layer of protection to the patients by providing real-time communication with and connection into the Operating Room.

BROMEDICON utilizes a Quality Assurance Peer Review to monitor and provide feedback for our services and our clinicians. A key educational tool, the Quality Assurance Peer Review monitors performance on an ongoing basis to continually check and double-check quality of care. Through education our highly trained clinicians continually refine their skills to provide the finest care for our patients.

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