The Electroneurodiagnostic (END) Technologist is responsible for conducting routine and special END procedures including, but not limited to, Electroencephalogram (EEG), Electromyography/Nerve Conduction Velocity (EMG/NCV), Autonomic Function Testing (AFT), Evoked Potentials (EP), Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring (INM), Long Term Monitoring for Epilepsy (LTM).Models appropriate behavior as exemplified in MLH Mission, Vision and Values.
High school diploma or equivalent
Minimum of one year experience in electroneurodiagnostic (END) field or on the job training
Two years of college education with coursework to include Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology, Chemistry, Physics, Algebra, and English .
Basic mathematics skill as acquired through graduation of high school.Minimum skills required are multiplication, division, percentages, decimals, and fractions.
Basic computer operations skills including use of Windows operating system required.
Positive interpersonal skills with patients, their families, physicians, electroneurodiagnostics Department staff and other members of hospital staff.
Key Job Responsibilities
Prepares patients for and performs routine procedures.
Performs routine procedures.
Performs END tests in accordance with established Electroneurodiagnostics Department protocols.
Ensures that all equipment is clean and in working order.
Initiates opportunities for self-development and enhancement of professional competency.
May require scheduled nights, holidays and weekend on-call availability.
The physical activities of this position may include crawling, climbing, pushing, standing, hearing, walking, reaching, grasping, kneeling, stooping, and repetitive motion.
Must have good balance and coordination.
The physical requirements of this position are: medium work - exerting up to 50 lbs. of force occasionally and/or up to 25 lbs. of force frequently.
The Associate is required to have close visual acuity including color, depth perception, and field of vision to perform an activity, such as assessing patients, preparing and analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer terminal; or extensive reading.
Frequent invasive and non-invasive patient contact.
Exposure to patient body fluids as well as exposure to hazardous or poisonous materials.
Ability to react quickly to emergency situations.
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