Neurodiagnostic Technologists are responsible for preparing patients for and conducting routine and special END procedures, such as EEG and EMG. Responsibilities include:
Performs complex and routine END procedures (i.e. EEG, NCV/EMG, Long-term video EEG monitoring, ambulatory EEG, Pentobarbital Coma monitoring, EMG, EOG/DAC, Evoked Potential Testing)
Performs testing under the guidelines established by The American Society for Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists
Able to perform duties independent of supervision
Assists in the instruction of junior staff members
Takes call as scheduled by the supervising technologist
Provides instruction to patients and family members concerning procedures and post-procedure topics when needed
Accurately documents and files each procedure, including preparation for final processing
Maintains equipment in proper working condition. Monitors inventory and notifies coordinator of any supplies that need to be ordered
Participates in appropriate continuing education
Ensures that departmental record-keeping including databases, information retrieval systems and reports are performed in a timely manner
Transports patients within the Medical Center
Gathers documents and appropriately considers a medical history from each patient
Displays a courteous and positive attitude with patients, co-workers, physicians, and the general public
Able to keep sensitive material confidential. Maintains the privacy and confidentiality of patient and hospital information
Demonstrates standards of performance (ownership, teamwork, communication, compassion) that support patient satisfaction and principles of service excellence
High School Diploma is required; Associate’s degree or higher preferred.
American Heart Association BCLS (CPR) certification is required prior to start date.
Pediatric Epilepsy Monitoring Unit experience is strongly preferred
National professional credentials in a least one modality preferred
Completion of an END program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs preferred
Enrolled in or graduated from an END program OR at least two years of experience in the field of END
Familiarity with computers
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