• Measure and observe sleep and EEG dysfunctions by utilizing various monitors simultaneously in a safe and effective manner. This requires use of computerized sleep lab system.• Utilizing protocols developed by Sleep Medical Directors and PSGTs, provide therapeutic interventions for observed sleep dysfunction, measure and evaluate the results of interventions and make necessary adjustments resulting in a prescription for durable medical equipment.• Take a detailed sleep history from the patient and screen patients for appropriateness of testing. • Educate patients to testing and therapeutic procedures. Maintain an effective rapport with patient to facilitate patient compliance with procedures. Provide appropriate discharge instructions.• Perform safe and correct operation of equipment. Provide required equipment maintenance. Exhibit comprehensive knowledge and skill in interfacing computer-based information system and patient monitoring systems.• Maintain necessary quality and quantity control programs. Utilize a department specific quality assurance program in collaboration with the medical director and supervisor. Periodically review procedures and revise to reflect hanges in practice and standards.• Process all data obtained from sleep studies and analyze data. • Monitor patients for all life-threatening events. Recognize and obtain medical assistance as required. Record and report all unusual occurrences. Maintain patient records and confidentiality per standard procedure. Perform other duties as requested. firstname.lastname@example.org
Previous experience in a Sleep Lab preferred.Applicant must be a Registered Polysomnographic Technologist with active credentials (RPSGT, CRT-SDS, RRT-SDS, and RST).
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About Bay Area Sleep Evaluation Center
Bay Area Sleep Evaluation Center is a six bed Sleep lab. Locally owned. Paid Holidays. Competitive salary.