Performs full range of Sleep Disorders procedures in a digital environment including all night sleep studies on patients with sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy or parasomnias for the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders.
Has taken and passed the registry in polysomnographic technology through the BRPT and has worked in sleep laboratories for at least one year. Is capable in running nighttime polysomnograms, CPAP/BIPAP titrations and Multiple Sleep Latency Tests.
Demonstrates the ability to hook up and record artefact free tracings as well as score their sleep study from digital sleep systems. Follows policies and procedures of
. Participates in the Quality Improvement process and adheres to WFH standards of behavior.
Manages stress appropriately and can make decisions under pressure, manage anger/fear/hostility/violence of others appropriately, handle multiple priorities and able to work alone. Medium work with periods of standing, lifting, stooping, bending, pulling with force, reaching above head and shoulders, twisting at waist. Must be able to distinguish colors, hear alarms/telephone/tape recorder in normal speaking voice. Good manual dexterity and clarity of vision. Occasionally may push/pull/lift or carry up to 50 lbs. Occasionally may lift 50 lbs from floor and waist level up.
Attendance is essential to this role.
College courses or vocational/technical training in Polysomnographic Technology is required; BRPT registry is required (R. PSG T.).
A minimum of one (1) year of experience in Polysomnographic Technology is required.
rganizational, critical thinking, multi-tasking, and communication skills in a detail-oriented, customer-focused organization are required. Basic computer skills are required. Mathematical, analytical, reading and comprehension skills are required.
Ability to follow verbal instructions required.
Ability to exhibits good management skills and leadership qualifications required. Ability
to run digital sleep equipment required.
HCA Inc - 18 months ago