Electromyography (EMG) Technologist
Performs complex technical assignments, which are broadly outlined, require theoretical insight and interpretation, and allow latitude for planning and modifying methods and techniques. Exercises a high degree of skill and judgment, and an understanding of the principles and methodology of the technical field. Involves patient care, affecting the well being, comfort and safety during uncomfortable procedures.
Prepares patient for study: Explanation, appropriate attire, clean and warm limbs.
Performs electrodiagnostic studies under supervision in the EMG Laboratory at our 2 outpatient locations. Apply electrodes in their anatomically appropriate locations for recording studies. Does not perform US. Does not perform pediatric, in-patient, ICU or peds sedation studies.
Understands eRecord and how to release EMG requisitions.
Consults with the attending physicians, for strategizing appropriate studies.
Preparation of first draft of EMG report and billing utilizing eRecord and the EMG database software.
Performs other related tasks. For example, may perform special studies, oversee supplies and equipment, and operates computer entry terminals.
Contributes to keeping the laboratory orderly and clean to assure a safe work environment and the highest quality of work performance.
Bachelor degree in Health Science or related field
Previous experience working in a medical/health care or related setting
Related laboratory experience
Willing to prepare for and take the Certification exam by the American Association of Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist (AAET) within 4 years.
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Pay Range: $25.15 - 32.69 Hourly
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Location: Strong Memorial Hospital
Full/Part Time: Full-Time