• Technician-Polysomnography II

    Location US-MS-SOUTHAVEN
    Posted Date 4 months ago(3/15/2019 1:16 PM)
    Position Code
    4166
    Night Shift
    Yes
    Status
    Regular Full-Time
    Department
    DC Neuro Sleep Disor
  • Overview and Responsibilities

    • Performs basic polysomnographic testing and associated interventions under the direct supervision of the clinical director or medical director.
    • May verify insurance, enters patient admission information into the HBO system.
    • May provide supervision of other staff.
    • Subject to overtime and callback as required.
    • Reports to the Director of the Sleep Center.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications

    Experience Minimum Required:

    • Must be a Registered Respiratory Therapist, Certified Respiratory Therapist or Registry Eligible in Sleep and must challenge the BRPT Exam of hire/transfer to be eligible to remain in the PSG II job classification.
    • If the candidate has previous sleep experience and is eligible to take the exam upon hire, he/she must challenge the next available exam date and and pass the exam to remain a PSG II Technician. 

    Experience Preferred/Desired:

    • Successful completion of an accredited educational program leading to an associate degree with an emphasis in polysomnography OR
    • Successful completion of a polysomnography program of no less than one year duration associated with a state licensed and/or a nationally accredited educational facility or equivalent experience and documented proficiency at all competencies required of a Polysomnographic Technician AND Certification by the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists as a Registered Polysomnographic Technologist or equivalent.

    Special Skills Minimum Required: Basic Life Support or Advanced Cardiac Life Support Basic computer literacy skills.

     

    Licensure Minimum: BLS,ACLS

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