The EEG Tech prepares patients for and conducts routine Electroneurodiagnostic (END) procedures; collects data pertinent to the interpretation of test results.
Performs END procedures in EEG standards and protocols of the office and hospital.
Measures and accurately applies electrodes in a timely manner and with appropriate impedances.
Demonstrates competency in multiple electrode application techniques.
Documents a comprehensive patient history gathering appropriate information from patient, patient's record, and family members including neurological symptomatology and medications.
Verifies identity of patient and provides adequate patient ID on all studies.
Protects patient confidentiality.
Evaluates the patient for comprehension and ability to cooperate.
Utilizes approved methods to improve patient cooperation/relaxation.
Educates the patient and/or family on the test procedure, interacting on a level appropriate to the patient's age and mental capacity.
Implements alternative methods or adjusts controls to obtain optimal recording. This may include appropriate control setting changes on the machine, use of extra electrodes, extra montages, and use of activation procedures.
Recognizes artifacts (patient, instrumental, or environmental).
Documents, eliminates, or takes proper measures to monitor the artifact.
Attends to patient needs while in the department and ensures patient safety at all times.
Demonstrates knowledge of appropriate actions to take during emergency situations.
Ensures electrical safety of patient and staff.
Demonstrates knowledge of departmental infection control standards relating to patient, equipment, and electrodes.
Complies with department/institution guidelines for handling of infectious/hazardous materials.
Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order.
Troubleshoots equipment problems and repairs or reports to supervisor promptly.
Demonstrates positive interpersonal communication skills with patients, their families, lab staff, physicians, and other members of the office and hospital staff.
Demonstrates knowledge of neuroanatomy, physiology, basic electronics, electrical safety, END instrumentation, pattern recognition, and various medical and pharmacological conditions that influence END procedures.
Demonstrates basic computer skills.
Reviews studies with Technical Director and/or interpreting physician and implements suggestions for quality improvement.
Performs clerical duties as required including scheduling of procedures, archiving of studies, and charge entry.
Expands knowledge by participation in conferences, in-services, and independent study.
Performs other duties as assigned.
This job has no supervisory responsibilities.
Other Additional –
Drug Testing, Background Check, Immunizations, Driving Record and Proof of Insurance
Work Hours: Total 40
Schedule: Monday – Friday 7:00am to 5:00 pm/ Saturdays 7:00-1:00pm every other Saturday
Compensation based on experience.
Anthem Medical/Anthem Dental/Anthem Vision
Life Insurance Benefits / Disability Benefits
AD&D /LTD/Aflac/Nationwide Pet Insurance
FSA & HSA Plans/ Matching 401k retirement and Profit sharing Plan
Vacation, Sick leave and paid holidays
Current Registration as EEG Technican thru ABRET
Two Year Experience
Worked in a hospital setting
Internal Number: 1
About Bass Medical Group
Neurology Division of Bass Medical Group Looking for both a Full time EEG Technician as well as a Pier Diem EEG Technician.