Come join our team of professionals at the beach! Sentara Norfolk General Hospital in Norfolk, Virginia is seeking a full time Registered Neurodiagnostic Tech to join our team. This is an exciting opportunity to become involved in the development of a Level III surgical epilepsy program.
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As an integral part of the Epilepsy Program team, you will be responsible for:
Performing a wide variety of neurophysiological diagnostic studies in the laboratory, intra-operatively and in the intensive care settings
Operating and performing preventative maintenance on complex monitoring instruments
Documenting all acquiring data for interpretation
Ensuring tests performed are properly ordered, charged and reported
Making independent assessments that may indicate urgent medical interaction
Trade School Graduate - Electroneurodiagnostic Tech
Neurodiagnostic Technologist - 2 years
Preferred candidate will have Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU) experience
Sentara is comprised of 12 acute care hospitals with more than 300 sites of care throughout Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. We are dedicated to improving safety, quality, and health every day!
For more than a decade, Modern Healthcare magazine has ranked Sentara as one of the nation's top integrated healthcare systems. Our not-for-profit system proudly includes advanced imaging cent...ers, nursing and assisted-living centers, outpatient campuses, physical therapy and rehabilitation services, home health and hospice agency, a 3,800-provider medical staff and four medical groups. In addition, we provide medical transport ambulances and Nightingale air ambulance, and we extend health insurance to 445,000 people through Optima Health, our award-winning health plan.
Among our many strengths, we are a national leader in heart and kidney care, stroke care, and infection prevention. We were also the first in the nation to pioneer and develop the eICU, a remote monitoring system for intensive care. Our dedication to improving and increasing medical options for our patients is reinforced by our ongoing participation in national and international research. These vital medical trials help us advance toward our mission of improving health every day.