Clin Neurophy Technologist -Davie/ Lexington Medical Centers | Neurodiagnostics Main Lab
Job Title: Clin Neurophy Technologist -Davie/ Lexington Medical Centers
Job ID: 2668
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job Category: Allied Health-Tech
**Selected candidates will be employed by Davie County Emergency Health Corporation at the West Campus and may also work a schedule at Lexington Medical .**
Provides high quality technical neurodiagnostic services appropriate to age of patient which contributes to positive patient outcome. Maintains cooperative working relationship with other departments and members of the medical system. Educates patients and their significant others in a manner to assure understanding. Ensures the continuous delivery of high quality patient care by consistently seeking new knowledge and application of skills obtained.
·Completion of an acceptable program in clinical neurophysiological technology and/or 36 months' experience in the field.Incumbent should be board registered in two modalities of clinical neurophysiology.Completion of a four-year degree in a related field may be considered.
·At least 36 months' experience preferred in lieu of a training program
Competence in EEG required/ EMG preferred
Licensure, Certification, and/or Registration:
·Board registered in two areas of neurodiagnostic modalities including (Polysomnography, EEG, Evoked Potentials, EMG, CNIM, NUS).
Skills and Qualifications:
·Technical skills in performance of three modalities of clinical neurophysiology.
·Ability to communicate on a professional level with physicians, nurses, and other ancillary professional staff when discussing neurophysiological technology and related areas.
·Ability to maintain good interpersonal relationships with public, patients, physicians, and other medical center staff.
·Computer skills highly advisable
Clin Neurophy Technologist
1.Adheres to the general hospital standards to promote a cooperative work environment by utilizing communication skills, interpersonal relationships and team building
·Follows hospital policies and procedures
·Follows departmental policies and procedures
·Contributes to the overall quality of services
·Assumes responsibility for keeping informed about changes in policies and procedures
2.Performs and/or assists in performing quality procedures in three modalities of Clinical Neurophysiology including Intraoperative Monitoring
·Performs quality procedures using skilled techniques while following prescribed safety regulations and established protocols
·Provides patient education and obtains pertinent medical history
·Recognizes abnormalities and artifacts and takes appropriate action to enhance, eliminate and/or monitor
·Ensures the readiness of procedure rooms prior to and following examinations
·Provides emergency on-call coverage according to departmental policies
·Performs clinical studies in a timely and efficient manner, insuring consistent workflow and high level of productivity
3.Obtains appropriate data management and documentation and utilizes hospital resources appropriately.
·Utilizes departmental data management system for accurate input of all documentation; start and end of procedures, notes, charges, preliminaries, patient information
·Manages/secures all patient documentation in an accurate manner, complying with all HIPPA regulations, and ensuring documentation has appropriate name, medical record number and procedure number
·Records/collects data accurately for reporting results of Quality Improvement monitors
·Personnel documentation is completed accurately and in a timely manner without prompting; includes PTO, Overtime, Missed punches
·Documents Patient/Family Education outcomes on appropriate forms, obtains signed consent forms and encourages/obtains patient satisfaction surveys
·Hospital resources are utilized appropriately and for the purpose for which they were intended
4.Communicates in an effective manner to provide efficient and quality services with high customer satisfaction.
·Maintains an effective rapport with patients, family members, co-workers and customers in a compassionate and professional manner
·Communicates and interacts with physicians on a professional level
·Develops and maintains communication with others to effectively plan and coordinate work activities
·Demonstrates effective teamwork skills to promote a cooperative work environment, assisting others as needed
·Confidentiality is recognized at all times while handling sensitive information
5.Participates in educational activities to enhance patient care and quality.
·Maintains appropriate education / credentials to accomplish work objectives
·Provides instruction, education and consultation to health care personnel, patients andcommunity to promote and improve quality of patient care
·Participates in special projects to enhance the delivery of services such as outcome studies, research and publications
·Regularly attends reading sessions, inservices, staff meetings, and conferences
·Participates in organized training programs, provides instruction to staff on proper techniques, procedures and equipment
6.Performs appropriate equipment management including operations and maintenance.
·Equipment is kept in a state of readiness and in it's proper place
·Equipment is clean and has preventive maintenance performed in a timely manner
·Equipment competency check-off is accomplished in a timely manner and employee is able to operate all equipment in their area of responsibility
·Interaction with Clinical Equipment Management occurs to reduce downtime
·Malfunctions and concerns are reported on the Equipment Problem Analysis Forms
7.Utilizes appropriate competencies, guidelines and environment for safe patient care.Provides age/developmental appropriate patient care in accordance with Age/Developmental Specific Care Guidelines for the specific age group served.
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