Frank Rubino, Vice President of Clinical Engineering

As Vice President of Clinical Engineering, Frank Rubino is responsible for the leadership of the external clinical engineering business unit, including sales development and operations, providing quality and compliant service delivery to clients throughout the United States.

Frank’s experience with sophisticated medical equipment service programs began in the 1970s, when he designed, built, and installed computerized arrhythmia monitoring systems in the specialty engineering group of American Optical Medical Division. Frank entered field service in 1979 as a Regional Manager for American Optical and remained in clinical engineering service over the years, working with companies such as Picker International, TRW Medical Electronics and AMSCO Medical Electronics. Prior to joining ISS Solutions, in 1992 he cofounded an independent clinical engineering service provider, Affiliated Clinical Engineering Services, Inc. (ACES), in the Boston, MA area. As President and CEO of ACES, Frank developed the programs and provided executive leadership to the company, specializing in resident-based healthcare technology management services. He grew the company into the region’s largest independent clinical engineering service provider. After 12 successful years in business, ACES was acquired by a national company in 2004. Following ACES, Frank was the Vice President of World-Wide Sales for Omega Management Group Corp., a company specializing in assisting businesses with customer experience management. In 2009, Frank reentered the clinical engineering field, forming the STATServices Division of XRI, which was acquired by ISS Solutions in 2011.

Frank has studied Business and Finance at Northeastern University, and he attended Wentworth/Sylvania Technical Institute where he earned a certification in electronics technology. Frank is also a member of the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI), The American Society for Healthcare Engineering of the American Hospital Association (ASHE) and the New England Society for Healthcare Materials Management (NESHMM).

Frank resides with his wife, Debra, in a coastal community north of Boston, MA. They have two grown sons: one works for a major biotech company in New England, and the other is a senior at Wake Forest University. Outside of work, Frank enjoys skiing, playing golf, exercising, and performing all types of do-it-yourself home projects.