MED-TECH is an independent corporation operated by its “President” Brian Kim. It’s primary focus is providing technical products and services, as well as consulting, to the highly specialized dialysis industry.


MED-TECH provides extensive sales and service of Reverse Osmosis and Deionization equipment. MED-TECH actively participates on a regular basis, in the design, sales, installation, and service of all major forms/brands of water purification systems. We closely adhere to all AAMI, Federal and Local recommendations and regulations. MED-TECH works closely with industry manufacturers and top experts to help lead the way in continuously improving our systems, providing our customers with the latest in design and features.


MED-TECH retains extensive experience in dialysis equipment maintenance and repair. Types of equipment MED-TECH is manufacturer certified and trained on include; COBE C2RX, UFCM, CS3 – FRESENIUS 2008C, 2008D, 2008E, 2008H, DRS-4 – BAXTER 450, 550 - MESA MEDICAL ECHO - RENAL SYSTEMS RENATRON – Various forms of manual and semi-automated reuse systems. MED-TECH performs all machine maintenance according to current manufacturers procedures and recommendations (except where customers have authorized changes in procedure or format).


Brian Kim has an extensive background in dialysis. He holds a degree in Biomedical Electronics, has worked as a hospital biomed at the VA hospital in Martinez, California until the closure due to the 89 earthquake and has been steadily active in the dialysis industry for the past nineteen years. Brian has worked for independent dialysis clinics as well as the industry giants; Fmc, Davita, Gambro, as well as a long list of hospitals and various dialysis organizations. He holds his state certification as a hemodialysis technician as well as being
Bonent certified, and has been an active member of NANT, and is also a member of AAMI.

Prior to forming MED-TECH, Brian managed the Northwest region of Vivra Renal Care as regional manager for Dialysis Technical Services. With the aid of approximately 15 employees he overseen all maintenance and repair of over 30 Dialysis facilities and numerous acute programs from Bakersfield, California to Woodburn, Oregon. During this time he participated heavily in the design and building of all newly constructed facilities as well as renovation of older existing facilities.