Under the direction of the supervisor and a neurologist, utilizes highly specialized equipment to perform electroneurodiagnostic procedures for evaluation of pathological entities
as prescribed by a physician. Utilizes independent judgment to determine and perform a variety of related functions according to department protocols and follows department infection control and safety practices. Anticipates problems and seeks resolution.
Assumes responsibility for special patient care tasks as need arises. Functions as a team leader and resource person. Participates in student instruction and training.
- Minimum of two years of education in associated allied health fields and/or equivalent education
- Demonstrates proficiency in BCLS
- Extensive contact with patient’s, patient’s family, visitors, nursing staff, hospital staff, and physicians
- Must be able to recognize a problem with a patient and seek assistance when appropriate
- Registered or registry eligible in EEG
- Cardiovascular technology training