About Us

Our History

Archer Medical was formed in 2004 by Ron Broome in response to a request from a single hospital in Western New York. Since that time, the EEG field has advanced significantly and has become a sophisticated healthcare practice and diagnostic tool. Archer Medical currently provides Complete EEG Services at more than 13 hospitals and health networks in New York State and is rapidly expanding. Our ever-growing staff of Neurologists, Epileptologists, Neurophysiologists, and both Registered as well as Board Eligible EEG Technologists are able to provide a very high level of EEG Services to our clientele. Our vast experience and our commitment to excellence in the field allows us to solve even the most difficult of EEG challenges as we continue to work closely with physicians to deliver only the best in EEG Services.

Ron Broome, B.SC. (HONORS), RT EMG, CNIM

President and CEO of Archer Medical

Mr. Broome graduated from the University of Guelph with a B.Sc. Degree in Biology with Honors. He obtained credentials for EMG studies from the Association of Electromyography Technologists of Canada as well as Certification in Neurophysiologic Intraoperative Monitoring from the American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists.

Mr. Broome is an active member, past faculty member and sponsor of the American Society of Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists and a member of the American Society of Neurophysiological Monitoring. He has held both executive and senior management positions, as well as consulting roles for a number of medical equipment manufacturing companies. Furthermore he has led in the development of neurodiagnostic equipment in all areas of electrophysiology including EMG, EP, IOM, EEG and Sleep Medicine.

Mr. Broome is the founder of Archer Medical and Great Lakes Intraoperative Monitoring and has helped establish a number of neurodiagnostic companies in both Canada and the US. Mr. Broome sold Great Lakes Intraoperative Monitoring to a national IONM company in 2010 allowing him to focus his energy and passion on the continued growth of Archer Medical and the specific area of EEG.