Wireless biomedical implants are motivating great interest in modern medicine. Research challenges are presented due to the need for having a biocompatible, fault-tolerant, energy-efficient, and scalable design. Figuring out how to arrange and implant these wireless chips in human body adds additional research challenges. Wireless biomedical implants should be ultra-save in power consumption and reliable and have nominal maintenance. To this aim, we explore new approaches to minimize power consumption and we conceive an embedded system which includes external and internal subsystems (testbed's platform and implant's platform, respectively). We identify key requirements, design a new wireless topology, develop an evaluation board that is representative of the whole system, implement an embedded system with real-time monitoring, and show that it provides support for efficient implantable biomedical system-on-chip.