Company :Allegheny Health Network
Job Description :
Performs routine and complex neurodiagnostic testing on all patients as ordered.
- Performs clinical neurodiagnostic procedures including all electroencephalograms, routine and portable electrocerebral silence, 24-hr ambulatory EEG's, EMG/NVC testing in accordance with the clinical practice guidelines established by the American Society of Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists (ASET) and departmental policies/procedures. (40%)
- Demonstrates leadership, technical, and analytical skills for decision making. (15%)
- Participates in department projects, initiatives and continuing education. (15%)
- Completes all charges according to department guidelines. (10%)
- Keeps equipment clean and in operating condition, detects instrument malfunction, makes minor adjustments or reports need for major repairs. (20%)
- Performs other duties as assigned or required.
- Bachelor’s Degree; or one-two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Must become credentialed by ABRET for the R. EEG T or the AAET for the R. ED T. within one year.
- Graduate of an accredited Neurodiagnostic program.
- EMT, Medical Assistant Certification, PA Licensed Practical Nurse.
- 3 - 5 years neurodiagnostic experience in a hospital or physician's office.
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