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Anderson Hospital

6800 STATE RT RTE 162
Maryville , IL

REGISTERED POLYSOMNOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGIST #18-0407

Anderson Hospital
Maryville, IL Full-time
Posted on November 27, 2018
 
REGISTERED POLYSOMNOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGIST  #18-0407
 
 Maryville, IL
 
SHIFT
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POSITION TYPE
PRN
FUNCTIONAL GROUP
Sleep Medicine
Position Type
PRN
Requirements
Education Level: High school diploma or equivalent required, Associate Degree in Science preferred.
 
Certification/Licensure: Adult/Pediatric CPR certification required (Available upon employment). 
Registered by the Board of Registered Polysomnography Technologists (BRPT) or National Board of 
Respiratory Care (NBRC) required
 
Experience Requirements: Experience in a technical healthcare field with training and 3-5 years experience in Respiratory Care and/or Sleep preferred. 1 year experience as a Registered Sleep Technologist preferred.
Job Description
A Sleep Lab Technologist, Registered is responsible for performing artifact free Polysomnography, PAP Titrations, MSLT and MWT studies and the scoring of those studies. The duties and responsibilities are outlined below.
Location
Anderson Hospital
Department
SLEEP LAB-16635
 
 

EOE

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