Community Outreach

Community Outreach
Biodex Medical Systems, Inc. aims to serve the communities in which we live and work. Community and charitable outreach is a core value of the company. We are committed to playing a part as active corporate citizens – sharing our skills, expertise, and resources with the wider community and creating partnerships that have a positive impact on society.

Fall Family Festival 2015Biodex held a “Fall Family Festival” Fundraiser to benefit the American Heart Association on Saturday, October 3, 2015. Although it was a blustery fall day we didn’t allow it to dampen our festival. Our festival was a huge success and we raised $5,031 for the American Heart Association! >>

NYC BBQBiodex employees held a “New York City BBQ” on July 24, 2015 to raise funds for the American Heart Association. Employees enjoyed Hot Dogs and a variety of salads made and donated by several of the employees. >>



Corporate ChallengeOn July 18, 2015 Biodex sponsored four employees to represent the company in a “Corporate Challenge – Paddle Battle."

Ginny Arceri, Robert Dunbar, Ray Rinchey, Jr. and Craig Colombo each participated in Paddle Board and Kayak Races on the Peconic River in Riverhead, NY. This event was a fundraiser for the following non-profit organizations: United Way of Long Island, Military Family Assistance Project, The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research & Preservation and the East End Tourism Alliance.

Congratulations to our company team “The Bio Cruisers” for placing 6th in the races! >>



Biodex Communty ServiceOn July 9, 2015, employees at Biodex enjoyed a “Paint Nite Fundraiser” to benefit the American Heart Association.

For most of the employees, this was a first attempt at creating their own masterpiece. The night was full of fun and lots of laughs. Everyone also enjoyed a raffle of several nice prizes. Together we donated $257 to the American Heart Association. >>


Biodex hosts Robotics TeamBiodex is a proud sponsor of the Center Moriches High School Robotics Team.  The team consists of a group of students that work together to compete in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition, a national program that challenges teams of students and their mentors to design and build a 130-pound robot in a six-week timeframe using a standard "kit of parts" and a common set of rules. The international competition has grown to more than 1,303 teams competing in 37 regional events, including Israel and Brazil. >>



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